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5 Simple Steps To Enable Bash on Windows 10 image/svg+xml

Windows 10 Anniversary Update is here, and it’s rolling out now.

Among the new features it brings is Bash for Windows — an Ubuntu-based tool lets you run familiar Linux apps on Windows natively.

I was pretty excited when I first heard about this and I’m itching to give it a try, but I’ve read some horror stories today about users who have had their disk partitions removed after installing the update.

Currently, I’m thinking that I’ll wait a while before performing the update — I very rarely boot into Windows, so it’ll be no great hardship to wait until things have settled down.

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