Visual Studio Code stabilizes Remote Tunnels to WSL

Visual Studio Code 1.80, the latest edition of the popular code editor from Microsoft,  stabilizes Remote Tunnels to Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) instances. Remote Tunnels lets you connect securely to a remote machine from a VS Code client without requiring SSH.

Stabilization of the previously previewed capability to connect to WSL over Remote Tunnels enables connections directly from the Remote Explorer. WSL lets developers run a GNU/Linux environment directly on Windows. Remote Tunnels to WSL works on VS Code desktop and

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