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As an operating system, Linux offers impressive stability, amazing open-source support and an incredible array of powerful administration tools. While Windows 10 is able to offer support for some of these things, there’s nothing quite like using a bash shell to manage your local and network machines. Until fairly recently, running bash on Windows has required Cygwin or the equivalent. In recent versions of Windows 10, Microsoft has allowed users to install a beta version of a bash shell via Ubuntu. With the Fall Creators Update (Update 1709), users are now able to install the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).