At this years Build Developer Conference, Microsoft announced that it is bringing Ubuntu, SUSE Linux and Fedora to the Windows Store. Starting today, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 and openSUSE Leap 42 can be downloaded from the Store. Users can run them on their Windows 10 device, thanks to the Windows Subsystem for Linux. They will run in a sandboxed environment but will stay have all the capabilities that you usually get on a full-blown installation.
These two apps are just the beginning because Microsoft is also bringing Ubuntu to the Windows Store. You can download openSUSE Leap 42 here and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 here from the Windows Store.
Thanks to @NecrosoftCore on Twitter for the tip!