In my previous article, I introduced Bash for Windows 10. Since then, I have been playing with Bash on my primary Windows 10 computer (a Surface Pro 3) and I am amazed by all the opportunities it provides. In this post, I would like to talk about some cool things you can do with Bash on Windows 10.
Some of such cool things are native Linux tasks, which we are now able to test on Windows, and some things are present just for fun. In general, however, I believe that Bash is a new way for Windows Administrators to extend their abilities and is a great addition for Linux Administrators with regard to their developer environments.