Since migrating to my Windows 10 & WSL2 setup a few years ago, I regularly try to reclaim disk space from my WSL2 setup by following the steps outlined in Scott Hanselman's blog post. However, this time it did not work as expected.
A few tools, e.g. PHPStan Pro make use of the phpstorm:// protocol to be able to open files directly from your console with a click of a button.
According to Microsoft Windows Hello is a "more personal, more secure way to get instant access to your Windows 10 devices using a PIN, facial recognition, or fingerprint". Wouldn't it be cool to use it to authenticate sudo via face recognition, fingerprint authentication, or a machine-local PIN? Luckily there's a PAM module that does exactly that and it is working perfectly for me so far.
There is an issue with WSL 2 where the clock in a WSL 2 instance isn't updated when the host resumes from sleep/hibernate. This can lead to problems when you want to install Linux packages or when creating or modifying files in general.