In May this year, the Build 2017 Developer Conference, Microsoft announced the Ubuntu, SUSE, Fedora these three major Linux distributions will be landing Windows Store news. Now, according to Necrosoft Core and Rafael Rivera on Twitter broke the news, Ubuntu has officially landed the Windows Store. Users are now able to download Ubuntu images in Windows 10 stores, allowing them to run the Linux subsystem in parallel on Windows PCs without double boot.
The current landing of the Windows Store is 20170619.1 compiled version of the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Also last month, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and openSUSE Leap also landed on the Windows Store.
However, it should be noted that this feature to the Windows 10 fall creator update (expected in September) will be officially released, but run Windows 10 Insider Preview compiler version of the testers have been able to prerelease experience.