Microsoft has worked with the open-source community, Intel, AMD, and Nvidia to offer TensorFlow-DirectML, a project that allows accelerated training of machine learning models on DirectX 12 GPUs.
Intel has released its new display driver version 220.127.116.1184. The major highlight of this release is the support for Windows 11 on all compatible hardware. There is also F1 2021 support, and more.
Microsoft has emphasized that Windows 11 is built with accessibility in mind through new and redesigned components, services, and APIs. It calls this initiative the "modern accessibility platform".
Microsoft has announced that it's now possible to run graphical Linux apps in Windows 10 using the Windows Subsystem for Linux. This feature was first released to Windows Insiders.
The last seven days saw the removal of Gold as a requirement for free-to-play multiplayer on Xbox, the arrival of some troublesome updates, and much more. Be sure to catch up via our handy overview.
Reports on GitHub suggest that the recent cumulative update for Windows 10 version 2004 is breaking Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL 2), which can be solved by uninstalling KB4571756.
Kali Linux recently released the Win-KeX desktop environment for WSL 2. Here's a quick guide on how to install it and Kali Linux from scratch and how to upgrade WSL 1 Kali Linux installations.
Microsoft announced that it is backporting WSL2 to Windows 10 versions 1903 and 1909. Cumulative updates are rolling out now to bump 1903 and 1909 builds to 18362.1049 and 18363.1049, respectively.
Microsoft today announced some new features that are coming to the Windows Subsystem for Linux, including support for GPU compute workloads & the ability to run GUI apps without a third-party server.
Microsoft has released a new version of the Windows Terminal with a couple of new features. It now supports mouse input in Windows Subsystem for Linux apps, and you can duplicate the current pane.
Microsoft has updated the changelog for Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18836, which was released yesterday to Skip Ahead Insiders, to show some new Windows Subsystem for Linux improvements.
The creator and lead developer of Flatpak has announced that he's got the packaging format working on Windows 10's WSL. The development is still in the early stages and requires workarounds.
At Microsoft's Build 2018 developer conference today, the company announced that the Ubuntu app in the Microsoft Store will soon support Windows 10 on ARM PCs, rather than only x64 devices.
Microsoft has announced that with the release of Insider Preview build 16251, Windows Subsystem for Linux has exited beta, and will be a fully supported feature in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.