Easily Install Ubuntu On Windows 10
Windows 10: There were a number of times when Windows got me to the point where I wanted I could install a Linux distribution like Ubuntu.
The trouble is the switch to a new operating system can feel like learning to swim again and again in the middle of a hurricane. Luckily, there is an easier way than wiping your hands clean from windows right away.
If you go to the Windows 10 Store, you can find Canonical’s Ubuntu for download. However, there is an easy catch you need to be a part of the Windows 10 Insider program and of what we can see that you can only access the Ubuntu Terminal and utilities such as bash, ssh, git, and others.
After a quick logon, you should have the download to download the file that is typed at 192MB, but after you have installed it (you need to install Windows 10 16190.0 or later), you need to take another step.
Open the system control (the actual system control is not Windows settings), and then open programs and functions. Once the window appears, in the Windows window, click Turn Windows features on or off, and then scroll down to enable Windows Subsystem for Linux. Click OK, and then restart your PC.
Once your PC is restarted, you can simply click Ubuntu on the Start menu, but you can also type “ubuntu” in the prompt to start the operating system in a sandbox.
And that is, Windows and Ubuntu working together on a PC without disconnecting the hard disks and selecting the boot modes.
Of course, you could simply create a virtual machine and run a full-fat version of Ubuntu or another Linux distribution that your heart desires.