“Microsoft Corporation announced its plans to bring its Bash Shell, which has been a standard on many Linux distribution systems, to Windows 10,” Monica Gerson writes for Benzinga.
“JPMorgan’s Rod Hall said that the impact of this would be neutral for Apple Inc.”
“Analyst Rod Hall commented, ‘This announcement combined with the native availability of Ubuntu on Windows 10 and Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform (which lets a single piece of code run across multiple Windows devices) can all help improve Microsoft’s position in the developer community,'” Gerson writes. “He added, however, that this was unlikely to have any significant impact on either Apple or Android ecosystems.”
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