As described in this article, you have to use the IP that the WSL ethernet adapter creates.
Create the windows firewall rule if necessary. (Inbound rule for MySQL)
Run ipconfig.exe and look for Ethernet-Adapter vEthernet (WSL). Extract the IP-Address. (If you use the awk-line from the article, I had to change the $14 to $13 for it to work).
Grant the ip-...
This is now possible after Windows 10 May 2020 Update (Build 19041) with WSL2
Install WSL 2 Linux Kernal
Turn on Virtual Machine Platform Windows Feature
Hyper-V, Windows Hypervisor Platform and Windows Sandbox should be turned off
Restart your PC
Set Default WSL version to WSL 2 by Running wsl --set-default-version 2 on PowerShell
Now you can use Docker, ...
For Windows, follow these steps:
Go to File Explorer.
Navigate to C: → Users → (your user name) → AppData → Local → Programs → Python → Python38-32 (your python version) → Scripts
Copy this path,
Right click on the "Computer", "My Computer" or "This PC" icon → select "...
The only way out I have ever seen from this is to pick the Reset Option.
See if you can boot from a bootable USB Key, and then get the data from your computer. Then try the Reset Option.
You should retain your data but I suggest backing it up beforehand.
It can be the case that the drive is badly corrupted and possibly damaged but do try backing it up.
Also go Windows Settings and search for Adjust ClearType text. Run this and set each Clear Type setting for best type. Then search for Calibrate display and go through all the settings. Things like Gamma affect your display.
So do All suggested by both posts here.
Right click your desktop > Display Settings or type Display Settings in the start menu.
This should open the Display Settings applet, showing all monitors present in the system. Scroll down until you see Scale and layout. If it's 125% or greater, old apps will show blurred content. Change it to 100%.
The short answer is that there's nothing one could to display that entire name.
The long answer is that it isn't actually a defect, but rather a design decision by Microsoft. Check this out:
Both these file names have 30 characters in it (plus the .zip extension).
For one, I've picked a slim character "i", and for the other I've picked a wide one, "w", ...