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Windows 10 meets NT: Why Microsoft is revisiting the past with its support for Linux

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Windows 10 meets NT: Why Microsoft is revisiting the past with its support for Linux

A senior Windows developer weighs in on how Windows 10's ability to run select Linux software recalls the approach taken when building Windows NT in the 1990s.

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