• Windows and Linux Interoperability


    Sandra Henry-Stocker

    By Sandra Henry-Stocker

    If you, like me, have both Windows and Linux systems on your network, you don’t have to walk from one desk to another to work on each of them in an isolated fashion.

    Instead, there are some very useful options for Windows-Linux interoperability. They allow you to move files between the systems, log in from one system to the other, and mount file shares so that you can use Linux files on Windows or vice versa. You can even run commands remotely between the systems. In this article, we’ll take a quick look at these options.

    Read the full story in the AskWoody Plus Newsletter 18.10.0 (2021-03-15).