How to run Ubuntu in Window 10 without Installing VMware/Virtual Box ?

Hello Guys, This time i am come with a new thing that is How to run Ubuntu in Window 10 without Installing VMware/Virtual Box ?

In this article, I am telling you Run Ubuntu without any install 3rd Party Software like Virtual Box and VMware Workstation or VMware Player. If you have any problem and issue regarding this article mention in comment section.

In Windows 10’s Anniversary update, Microsoft introduced a “Linux Subsystem for Windows” which is a big new feature for developers and new techies. if you are using 64-bit Windows 10 Insider preview, then you can easily install the Bash shell system.

Step 1:

In Window 10, Install Bash first you need to enable Insider Preview builds to get this feature before the Anniversary Update is officially released. To enable it……….

Go to Settings and click on Windows Update Function > Windows Insider Program.

Window 10 Insider

Note: If you are using older version that means this feature found in Windows Update > Advance Option….. click on Get started button under the Get Insider Preview Builds option.

Step 2:

Once you have enabled Window Insider Program to build. Go to Settings app > Update & Security > For Developers. Activate the “Developer Mode”.

Windows Developers

Step 3:

After enabling Developer mode, open the Control Panel > Programs and then click on Turn Windows Features On or Off under Programs and Features. Enable the “Windows Subsystem for Linux (Beta)” option in the list and click on “OK.” When it’s done, you will get a reboot pop-up. Just click on the “Restart Now” option.

Window Feature

Step 4:

When your Computer Restart, click on the Start button and type “Bash”, and press “Enter.”

Window Bash Search

Step 5:

After this when you run it first time it will ask you to accept the terms of service: just type Y to accept and continue.

Bash Terminal

Step 6:

When you successfully install, open the Ubuntu Bash Shell to run commands. To Start Bash, just click on your Start menu and search for “Bash” or “Ubuntu”. The Bash shell you get here is based on Ubuntu that means you can use apt-get command to install software from Ubuntu repositories.

Bash Search

Note:- You can’t use Sudo command in this Bash shell because you have already administrative privileges. You can install software by using apt-get command but you can access them only through the Bash shell.

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