Microsoft is adding native OpenSSH to Windows 10
Microsoft has been steadily making Windows 10 a lot more developer friendly, adding the bash command line, alongside Ubuntu, SUSE Linux, and Fedora Linux distributions. The software giant is now adding a native OpenSSH client to Windows 10. It’s available immediately as a beta option in the Fall Creators Update for Windows 10, and it’s easy to enable.
TechCrunch reports that the native client will mean developers won’t need to download a third-party client like PuTTY to gain access to remote servers, and ServeTheHome has a quick instruction video on how to enable the new SSH support. If you’re not a developer then you probably don’t care about SSH support in Windows 10, and the current Windows Subsystem for Linux already supports it….
You may be interested
Star Wars 9 teaser trailer release date 'on WEDNESDAY' and THIS is whyadmin - Dec 17, 2018
[ad_1] It looks like the countdown is finally about to start to the final conclusion of the entire Skywalker saga.…
Bohemian Rhapsody: The OUTRAGEOUS thing Rami Malek did with Freddie Mercury's TEETHadmin - Dec 16, 2018
[ad_1] This film isn't just rocking fans, it is it is a Killer Queen of a blockbuster, smashing box office…
Aquaman end credit scene EXPLAINED – Did you spot the ONLY Justice League link?admin - Dec 16, 2018
[ad_1] Aquaman is riding a wave of worldwide success as it smashes records and increasingly optimistic projections suggest it looks…