And I happened to have floppy disks AND is programming using GDI …
In this article, jack says,
It’s almost saying, “we released the Windows Subsystem for Linux for you to play around with.”
This article probably meant,
“We will give you the Windows Subsystem for Linux on a computer installed with custom-built Linux (by Microsoft) if you want to.”
As this says,
Which meant that the NT Kernel is here to stay.
That is also saying that the installation disk (or OEI) you are purchasing from Microsoft are not going to have any Linux in it. That is, unless it’s for Linux.
Personally I don’t really care as I barely know Linux. Nor will I devote time to check it out. (but maybe I will, maybe when I buy a new computer I will try it out, after I get my Windows 10 Pro OEI)