I installed Ubuntu 20.04 (server/terminal) from the Windows 10 app store, and then after launching the Ubuntu Terminal via WSL2 (Windows Subsystems for Linux) , I installed Ubuntu Desktop and did several steps to try and get a desktop instance of Ubuntu 20.04 launched. In short, the steps involved editing the .bashrc file, installing Xming, and then attempting to open the Ubuntu desktop in Xming with the "startxfce4" command. However, "startxfce4" just doesn't open the desktop for me. I can get programs to open with "grun" and the file explorer to open with "gopen" though, so it is working partially.
Does anyone have any alternative suggestions to how I might get the terminal to open up the full Ubuntu Desktop? Obviously, this wasn't what Windows had in mind with WSL2 so this is kind of a reach, but any input would be helpful. Could I somehow do this from the file explorer or with a program that could opened from "grun" or "gopen"?