This site contains documentation intended for people moving from Linux to Windows, or Linux people forced to use Windows.

With the introduction of the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), in particular WSL2, you'll feel right at home running bash scripts, installing packages (including the docker daemon!), or practically anything that would run on a traditional Linux machine.

No VirtualBox / Hyper-V / dual booting required since Windows (10 and 11) now comes with a real Linux kernel.

Before you begin, I recommend going in order on the nav to the left, starting with freeing up some disk space.

I also have some general tips for being productive on Windows.