Microsoft recently announced a joint Canonical company, in the upcoming Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) to provide a more powerful virtual machine experience. In a recent blog post, Microsoft introduced a number of details about the program that will provide consumers with an excellent, built-in Linux virtual machine experience that closely integrates with the host operating system. The company will work with Canonical on Hyper-V with Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS -V virtualization solution implementation goals.
"We are working with Canonical to bring this experience to life in the upcoming release of Ubuntu 18.04, and we are working hard to provide a solution that's built-in, bootable for the user," said Craig Wilhite, Microsoft Project Manager. We think the VM experience that is tightly integrated with the host is crucial. & rdquo;
In order to deliver a better, higher quality and more improved Linux VM experience to the community, Hyper-V will be very close in performance to the Windows client, and Microsoft said it has worked with several open source XRDP Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Developers cooperate.
The company hopes that the end result is that users can use Ubuntu Linux Web Hosting on Hyper-V virtualization technology on a Windows 10-based system with just three mouse clicks. Microsoft also said standard Ubuntu VMs will support full clipboard functionality with better mouse experience, window adjustments, disk redirection, and other underlying features.