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At it's Build 2016 developer conference, Microsoft surprised everybody with the announcement that it is bringing the Bash shell, a command line tool used in Unix-style operating systems like Linux, to Windows 10. The company has been showering Linux with love recently but this is a great leap forward for Microsoft in supporting open source development.


Microsoft's Build developer conference has had an eventful start with the announcement of the Windows 10 anniversary update which includes a swathe of new features for end-users and developers. We've already covered the information that came out of the keynote, but here's a quick summary of the most important announcements for developers and some new improvements the Anniversary update brings that weren't covered at Build 2016.