ArchWSL - Install ArchLinux as a WSL Instance.

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Please extract to a folder that has write permission. For example 'Program Files' can not be used. Exe filename is using to the instance name to register. If you rename it you can register with a diffrent name.

https://git.io/archwsl
https://github.com/yuk7/ArchWSL

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