With the latest updates installed on the 2nd Tuesday of December, Microsoft silently brings SSH support to Windows. You can install both ssh client and ssh server as optional feature. Does this mean farewell to PuTTY? No, it probably does not since, as a professional, you’re using ssh-keys instead of passwords. Microsoft only supports ed25519 keys. Not the default RSA ones. But since native ssh on Windows is still beta, let’s see what 2018 brings us.