The famous Ubuntu desktop has finally arrived in Windows 10, but for now it is not an official arrival or even makes the hated Microsoft Explorer disappear. In early August, Microsoft will release a major update to Windows 10; an update that will reach all Microsoft users the ability to use the Ubuntu terminal and some apps and applications via terminal.
But that doesn’t mean or mean that Ubuntu’s desktops or other features came to Windows 10. At least that’s what both Canonical and Microsoft said. But now we have seen how they have been confused.A user named Guerra24 has succeeded run Ubuntu Unity on Windows 10. A version that has not been easy but at least has shown that inserting the Ubuntu terminal in Windows 10 can make us install any Linux desktop in Windows 10. This is interesting and important because it will not only make Unity can install on Microsoft systems, but also opens the door to the ability to customize Windows 10 as we wish, From the window manager to the terminal applications, let’s go what would currently be a GNU / Linux distribution or an official taste of Ubuntu. So you could even create an official taste of Windows and Ubuntu in which both operating systems come together even more.
But this synchronization has more interesting things. We can change the operating system and make our Ubuntu use Microsoft Explorer, An interesting thing that would make Microsoft users feel better about Ubuntu as its graphical interface would hardly change. In any case Guerra24 has published in your github repository a guide and all the software needed for Ubuntu Unity to run on Windows 10, which will further spread the Ubuntu desktop on Windows 10 computers Don’t you believe?