With the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), you can now run Linux binaries natively on Windows 10. With WSL, you can now run native Bash on Ubuntu on Windows. You can now run Bash scripts, Linux command-line tools like sed, awk, grep, and you can even try Linux-first tools like Ruby, Git, Python, etc. directly on Windows. You can also access your Windows filesystem from within Bash allowing you to work on the same set of files using your preferred Windows tools or Linux command-line tools. Microsoft partnered with Ubuntu to bring their Linux version to Windows natively.
If you prefer SUSE Linux distro, you can now install it on Windows 10 as well. You have currently two options, openSUSE Leap 42.2 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2. Below are the simple steps you have to follow to install a SUSE Linux distribution inside WSL.