Are there any downfalls to using WSL to delete files (e.g.
rm someFile) on the regular Windows file system (
mnt/c)? Likewise, is there a downfall to using Windows to delete (for example by 'right click + delete') files generated by a WSL script (for example
I am curious because from what I understand, Linux uses a different file system (ext4) than Windows (NTFS). Do they both handle a 'delete' the same way? What does WSL use when working in
I have been assuming that either approach deletes the file properly (i.e. frees up space in disk appropriately).