What you've learned

You should now know how to:

  • Configure and run WSL with various Linux distributions
  • Run graphical Linux applications on Windows
  • Use ssh to connect to WSL
  • Use Windows RDP (remote desktop) and VNC to connect to a Linux desktop
  • Learn multiple options for running VS Code
  • Import other file systems into WSL
  • Export the WSL file system as a backup

Knowledge Check

WSL is a way to run Linux binaries for different architectures using instruction translation.

Does WSL require VNC to run graphical Linux applications?

What is the best way to back up your work in WSL?