I finally got a chance to play with Ubuntu on Windows 10. It is still in beta so you have to turn on the developer option in Windows, add a feature, then run the install. Not a terrible process but it could be more straight forward. The Ubuntu install is Trusty so it is a bit dated but for what I use it for that is fine. I’ve just started playing with it and noticed some weird quirks but the basics work. I was able to connect through telnet and ssh as well as install and run htop and screenfetch. Htop has some quirks like showing all CPUs over 50% constantly. It is not perfect but it is nice to have bash in Windows.