Microsoft as early as 2015 announced Windows will native support SSH. SSH is a popular remote access and management tool on Linux, and Windows has no comparable simple tool. Now the OpenSSH client is finally introduced into Windows 10. OpenSSH both client and server are Beta versions, users first need to select “Add a Feature” in “Manage optional”, then scroll down the list to “OpenSSH Client (Beta) and OpenSSH Server (Beta)”. After installation, you can enter SSH on the command line to use the OpenSSH client.