Microsoft Windows (commonly known as Windows or Win) is a graphical operating system created and distributed by Microsoft. It allows you to store data, run applications, play games, view movies, and access the Internet.
Windows gained popularity by focusing on everyday ordinary users who are less concerned with the resilience and security of their PCs and are more concerned with the usability, familiarity, and availability of productivity tools.
In DirectX ❤ Linux – DirectX Developer Blog we wrote about DXCore & D3D12 support on WSLg and described OpenGL & OpenCL support by adding a D3D12 backend to Mesa 3D, allowing such 3D and compute workloads to be offloaded to the GPU.
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The Windows Terminal team is back with our first release of the year! 🎉
This release introduces version 1.17 to Windows Terminal Preview and updates Windows Terminal to version 1.16 with these new features. As always, you can install Windows Terminal and Windows Terminal Preview from the Microsoft Store,
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The Windows Package Manager team has been busy working on WinGet 1.4. This release introduces support for .zip-based packages. WinGet can now extract and run an installer inside of a .zip archive or install one or more portable packages from an archive.
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Today the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) in the Microsoft Store is dropping its “Preview” label and becomes generally available with our latest release! We are also making the Store version of WSL the default for new users who run wsl --install and easily upgradeable by running wsl --update for existing users.
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