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If you're using WSL and you don't want to use a terminal-based GUI, you need an X11 server such as [VcXsrv](https://sourceforge.net/projects/vcxsrv/).
Otherwise you can use Zenity for Windows.
Default is determined by EasyBashGUI. On GNU/Linux it will pick a GUI dialog that fits with the running desktop environment, falling back to a TUI dialog. On Windows, a TUI dialog will run unless configured.
#### Zenity on Windows
The script includes an experimental wrapper for [native Windows Zenity](https://github.com/maravento/winzenity) on WSL.