5 Put the actual name in the title from the Win7 screenshot.
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If Windows 7 doesn't support WSL, then what does Linux subsystem option meanis "Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications"?

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If windowsWindows 7 doesn't support WSL, then what does Linux subsystem option mean?

Everyone says, that the Linux subsystem, or WSL, ISis only supported in Windows 10.

screenshot of WSL optionScreenshot of WSL option

So if this is true, can someone explain what does this, very similar looking, option in Windows 7Windows 7 mean? What exactly does it enable?

screenshot of subsystem for Unix-based applications optionScreenshot of subsystem for Unix-based applications option

If windows 7 doesn't support WSL, then what does Linux subsystem option mean?

Everyone says, that the Linux subsystem, or WSL, IS only supported in Windows 10.

screenshot of WSL option

So if this is true, can someone explain what does this, very similar looking, option in Windows 7 mean? What exactly does it enable?

screenshot of subsystem for Unix-based applications option

If Windows 7 doesn't support WSL, then what does Linux subsystem option mean?

Everyone says that the Linux subsystem, or WSL, is only supported in Windows 10.

Screenshot of WSL option

So if this is true, can someone explain what does this, very similar looking, option in Windows 7 mean? What exactly does it enable?

Screenshot of subsystem for Unix-based applications option

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Everyone says, that the Linux subsystem,or or WSL, IS only supported in windowsWindows 10.

screenshot of WSL option

So if this is true, can someone explain what does this, very similar looking, option in windowsWindows 7 mean? What exactly does it enablesenable?

screenshot of subsystem for Unix-based applications option

Everyone says, that Linux subsystem,or WSL, IS only supported in windows 10.

screenshot of WSL option

So if this is true, can someone explain what does this, very similar looking, option in windows 7 mean? What exactly it enables?

screenshot of subsystem for Unix-based applications option

Everyone says, that the Linux subsystem, or WSL, IS only supported in Windows 10.

screenshot of WSL option

So if this is true, can someone explain what does this, very similar looking, option in Windows 7 mean? What exactly does it enable?

screenshot of subsystem for Unix-based applications option

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