If you have the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) installed then you can use
wsl.exe to start
any linux distribution you have installed from the command prompt. What I recently learned about
though is that there is a
bash.exe as well which can be used to execute a bash script directly.
bash -li -c "./myscript.sh"
-li flag starts the
bash instance as a login shell and the
-c flag is the command to execute.
In this case, execute our script directly.