Do you need to unregister a Linux distro to reset it to its default settings? Here's how with the WSL command-line tool on Windows 10.
If you have multiple Linux distros on Windows 10, you can use these WSL commands to set the preferred one as the new default.
You can easily determine the version of the Windows Subsystem for Linux version with this wsl.exe command.
If you use WSL 2 on Windows 10, you can use a couple of commands to shut down one or all Linux distros manually, and here's how.
If you're still using WSL1, you can update to WSL2 and convert distros without reinstalling them, and here's how on Windows 10.
You can now mount a Linux file system on Windows 10 using the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2, and here's how.
If you need to start over or have problems with a Linux distro using WSL2, you can reset it using the Settings app, and here's how.
If WSL2 isn't working correctly or not for you, it's possible to uninstall it completely from Windows 10 – here's how.
Microsoft Teams collaboration app is now available on Linux, and these are the steps to install it.
The Chromium version of Microsoft Edge is now available on Linux as preview, and these are the steps to install (and remove) it.