Canonical’s Ubuntu Desktop image is now available from the Hyper-V gallery, ensuring Linux users make the most of Microsoft’s Enhanced Session Mode.
The virtual machine image is easily actioned by typing “Hyper-V Quick Create” into the start menu, or by choosing Ubuntu from the list of operating systems in the Hyper-V Gallery.
The bootable Hyper-V image of Ubuntu Desktop 18.04 LTS, which includes XRDP pre-configured, will ensure those running Ubuntu Desktop as a guest on Windows 10 Pro experience seamless performance, including:
- Improved clipboard integration
- Dynamic desktop resizing
- Shared folders for easy host/guest file transfer
- Improved mouse experience, including between the host and guest desktops
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