Microsoft's latest move will surely please developers running Windows 10. The company has an OpenSSH client application in its latest operating system.
The software is available in beta in the Fall Creators update and as shown in the video below from ServeTheHome, is quite easy to install:
The above news means that developers will no longer need to use third-party applications such as PuTTy whenever they want to connect via SSH to a remote server. They can easily use an official tool supported by Microsoft through the Windows command line.
As it turns out, this is another great move from Microsoft, which is increasingly serving the needs of developers.
In recent years, the company has made the .Net framework open source, and added Linux (Ubuntu and Bash) to Windows 10.
So a native OpenSSH client is a very welcome move.