What to get after Wine? I’m not talking about drinks, but instead I will talk about the Wine project. The project is a kind of “emulator” that let you run Windows applications on Linux.
It is not a real emulator, like the name itself explains with a nice recursive acronym: Wine Is Not an Emulator. It’s a compatibility layer that translates Windows system calls to Linux ones, so the applications really believe to be run inside Windows ;-)

This is so much of a cool idea that Microsoft did the same thing backwards: Windows Subsystem for Linux. I would have expected a joke involving drinks or desserts, at least.

After installing WSL from Control Panel, I downloaded Ubuntu bash from Microsoft Store. Python and Ruby work perfect!
I’m running Jekyll and [Jupyter] (https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-a-jupyter-notebook-to-run-ipython-on-ubuntu-16-04) on my Windows10 laptop.

Bash terminal runs on its own Linux like filesystem, to get accesso to the computer’s disk simply navigate to /mnt/c/ directory.

I’m very surprised of this Microsoft product. It is not clear to me why they decided to support another Operating System architecture in Windows (maybe the popularity of Cygwin?).