# Windows 10

If you're using Windows 10, you can use Bash On Ubuntu on Windows to get going in an easy way.

Once you have installed Bash on Ubuntu on Windows, simply follow the [Linux instructions]. You'll also need the grub-pc-bin package.

Finally, you'll need an "X server"; this will let us run intermezzOS in a graphical window. Any will do, but we've tried xming and it works well.

Finally, you'll need to run this:

\$ export DISPLAY=:0


You can put it in your ~/.bashrc file to have it automatically work on each session.

## Other Windows Versions

I hope to have better instructions for Windows soon; since I don’t have a computer that runs it, I need to figure it out first. If you know how, this would be a great way to contribute.