However, you can install graphical Linux applications and run these under WSL if you have an X server like VcXsrv or Xming, on your Windows machine.
a bit from the above link
1 sudo apt install xfce4Next, you will need to modify the .bashrc file. There are a few text editors that work under WSL. I suggest to use vim or nano, e.g.:
1 cd ~ 2 nano .bashrc
1 export DISPLAY=:0.0
Next, you will need to install an X server for Windows. I suggest VcXsrv which works well with WSL. Download and start the installer, you can safely accept the default settings.