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WSL, Windows Terminal, and PowerToysWSL, Windows Terminal, and PowerToys


The Windows for Developers team is interested in learning more from STEM educators on what tools are used and recommended in the classroom.  The team has released tools like Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), Windows Terminal, Windows Package Manager (WinGet), and PowerToys to better improve the developer experience on Windows, and we want to know what other tools and improvements are top of mind for educators when it comes to developer tool needs in the classroom.


If you teach in any capacity, we are interested in hearing from you!  Please take some time to fill out our 3-minute survey.  If you are interested in an opportunity to chat with team, there is an option at the end of the survey to provide us with your email so we can follow-up with you.




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