Previously, Microsoft said that it would ship a full Linux kernel in Windows 10 and now it has been revealed that the tech company plans to fully incorporate Linux file access into its built-in File Explorer.
Soon you will be able to find a Linux icon in the left-hand navigation pane in File Explorer that will give you access to the root file system for any distros that are installed in Windows 10.
Source: The Verge
The best part is that the icon in File Explorer for Linux would be Tux, the penguin mascot for its kernel. The tech giant is currently testing the Linux File
Explorer integration in a new build of Windows 10 so if you want to learn more about testing it, head over to this site:
Microsoft’s Windows Subsystem has been undergoing a lot of changes so that the overall performance could be improved. The company aims to provide a full Linux kernel for Windows 10 in the near future.