'While users have long been able to run Linux GUI apps on Windows by
installing a separate X Server, this marks the first time that native
support is available through the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).
Audio support and hardware acceleration are also provided, seemingly
enabling a limitless set of use cases for those wishing to live the
dual OS life. The change is identified in the recent preview build
release along with a more in-depth discussion of the graphical
subsystem now called WSLg.'
-- source: https://linux.slashdot.org/story/21/04/22/1821237
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