Windows 10's Anniversary Update just came out and I immediately installed the Windows Subsystem for Linux to see how it fares. I found only one major shortcoming so far: there was no obvious way to use the root account as the default.
I know it goes against a lot of best practices and what not, but I personally don't like having to remember to type
sudo in front of most commands. This can get especially annoying when I open a text file for editing with
nano only to discover I have to abandon my changes because I didn't use
Is there any way to make the terminal start as root by default?