Maybe one day it will actually work as so far my experience with virtualization on Windows has been rather hit or miss as they tend to compete with each other = block each other when installed. You have to choose only one program/option per installed OS. Even when having WSL alone, nah, it's still damn moody and Win. rarely behaves how is advertised when it comes to the virtualization and sandbox support.
Forget about gaming people. This is for power users, always has been. That's also why so far it still only support console only even though I bet a lot of people would like to have a GUI same as other virtualizations with a Linux install offer. This is more for running Linux only tools without having to buy and run a separate virtual machine. Why? So that developers, professionals keep using Windows as their main OS even when some of their programs run on Linux and they can mix the two together on one filesystem.
Still it seems far from finished and support on older hardware seems meh whether anyone wants to talk about it or not.
This has nothing to do with standalone Linux let lone gaming on Linux, those parts are for game developers to bother to release for in native form, that is if there ever will be good performant Linux GPU drivers and support in Linux for latest features which often there is not due to endless red tape and infighting.
Last edited by JackCY; 05-24-2020 at 06:07 AM.