Recall that in May at the Build 2017 developer conference, Tech giant, Microsoft announced that Ubuntu, SUSE, and Fedora were coming to the Windows Store.
Ubuntu at the moment is live and available for download as posted on Twitter by Rafael Rivera.
— Rafael Rivera (@WithinRafael) July 10, 2017
It appears that Ubuntu will be available for down at the Store and also as an app that runs on Windows 10.
An improvement that enables both Linux and Windows applications side-by-side on their PCs without dual-booting.
The full functionality won’t become official until the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is released later this year.
However, those running the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview builds will be able to download and install Ubuntu on their computer.
Last month, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and open SUSE Leap also made their way to the Windows Store for Insiders.