Install Bash on Windows 10
Windows 10’s Anniversary Update comes with a big new feature for developers:
A full, Ubuntu-based
Bash shell that can run Linux software directly on Windows. This is made possible by the new
“Windows Subsystem for Linux” Microsoft is adding to Windows 10.
This isn’t a virtual machine, a container, or Linux software compiled for Windows (like Cygwin).
Instead, Windows 10 gains a Windows Subsystem for Linux, which is based on Microsoft’s
abandoned Project Astoria work for running Android apps on Windows.
How to Install Bash on Windows 10
First , we need to make sure to get Windows 10’s Anniversary Update
Then we need to activate developer mode in Settings -> Update & Security > For Developers
Next, wee need install Bash For Ubuntu , open the Control Panel, click “Programs,” and click “Turn Windows Features On or Off” under Programs and Features. Enable the “Windows Subsystem for Linux (Beta)” option in the list here and click “OK.”