Fact: I'm writing these articles and examples on a Windows machine and so far everything compiles and works as expected. Just so you know, Rust supports Windows in the top tier. I'm mentioning it here since a few people I talked to assumed Windows support was sort of secondary, bolted-on later. This is not the case.
The library ecosystem also supports different operating systems fairly well.
There are even cross-platform crates for stuff usually associated with Linux,
such as curses or
However, some crates support only Linux or Windows by design. One of them is
winreg - a Rust API to access