Windows 10 file explorer will get Linux integration

Windows 10 Linux

According to the Verge, Microsoft is planning to fully integrate Linux file access into the built-in File Explorer.

A new Linux icon will be available in the left-hand navigation pane in File Explorer, providing access to the root file system for any distros that are installed in Windows 10.

Windows 10 Linux

The icon that will appear in File Explorer is the famous Tux, the penguin mascot for the Linux kernel.

You can click on the image to see it on the top left.

Microsoft is testing the Linux File Explorer integration in a new build of Windows 10 that’s available for testers today.

This update is expected to ship to all Windows 10 users later this year.

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