Windows 10 Insider Build Supports Linux File System in Windows Explorer
The Windows 10 Build 18342, which recently became available for Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring, offers some interesting news.
Those who have activated the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), for example to be able to execute Linux commands in the command line, can now also access the file system of this subsystem via the Windows Explorer. Other Windows applications can also access it.
In addition, build 18342, which is a pre-release of the upcoming spring 19H1 update, offers some improvements in terms of gaming as well as several other small improvements and bug fixes. For a complete list of changes in the new Fast Ring build, see Windows Blog.