Microsoft has been expressing its love for Linux for almost three years now, and this love costs Microsoft an arm and a leg.
Last year, Microsoft surprised everyone by announcing the arrival of Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) in Windows 10, which brings the Linux command-line shell to Windows, allowing users to run native Linux applications on Windows system without virtualization.
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