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:''This article is about using pre-built installers of Octave for Windows; for instructions about building it, see [[Windows Installer]].''
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:''This article is about tips to use octave on linux platform using WSL(Windows Subsystem for linux)''
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On 64 bit Windows 10, we can now use linux applications using WSL(Windows Subsystem for linux). We now use and build linux version Octave.
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On 64 bit Windows 10, we can now use linux applications using WSL(Windows Subsystem for linux). We now use and build linux version Octave.  
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The original page editor only uses Ubuntu 18.04 so that description is limited to Ubuntu. Edit from people who use other distribution are welcome
    
= Preparation =
 
= Preparation =
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The easiest way to install GNU Octave on Microsoft Windows is by using [http://hg.octave.org/mxe-octave/ MXE] buildsFor the current release, both 32-bit and 64-bit installers and zip archived packages (.zip and .7z formats) can be found at https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/octave/windows/.
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* The first thing you carry out to install WSL. See Microsft Page [https://docs.microsoft.com/ja-jp/windows/wsl/install-win10].   
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* For executable installers: the user can simply run the downloaded file and follow the on-screen installation prompts.  It is recommended that the installation path does not include spaces or non-ASCII characters.  Shortcuts to the program will be created automatically.
 
* For executable installers: the user can simply run the downloaded file and follow the on-screen installation prompts.  It is recommended that the installation path does not include spaces or non-ASCII characters.  Shortcuts to the program will be created automatically.
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