Kali Linux showed up on the Microsoft Store today, making it available to all Windows 10 users. It’s the latest Linux distribution to be made available, joining big names like Ubuntu, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, and OpenSUSE Leap.
Kali actually first announced the news a couple of weeks ago. At the time, it said that the app wasn’t officially supported for the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) just yet. It was tested using the Xfce Desktop Environment in WSL, and the company says that it worked quite well.
Microsoft really giving users options for Linux but still no Red Hat, CentOS or Fedora.