Microsoft has just pushed a compiled version of Windows 10 build 19603 to Insider testers who have opened the Fast Ring channel, introducing file explorer integration for Linux subsystems. If you already have WSL installed on your device, you’ll see a new Linux drive after the update so users can browse the files normally.
In fact, Windows 10 has already supported access to Linux files in WSL as early as the spring 2019 release of the 1903 release.
However, given that Explorer is still the user’s preferred file viewer, we are pleased with the integration improvements for build 19603.
Microsoft wrote in its update log: Now you can easily access files in the Linux subsystem directly from the left navigation pane.
It’s important to note that the 19603 build-up version for Insider testers is a preemptive preview of Wnidows 10 2004. If all goes well, it is expected to meet us officially next month.