FLExTrans, the new tool to do rule-based machine translation between related languages is now more efficient than ever. Prior to version 1.4 a Linux virtual machine needed to be installed to run the transfer component. Now the transfer piece that calls Apertium Linux commands can be run seamlessly in FLExTrans by using the Ubuntu Linux subsystem built into Windows 10. With one button-push, you can run the whole FLExTrans machine translation process. Also new in version 1.5 is a new tool to give a friendly view of the Apertium files that are generated in the FLExTrans process. See the FLExTrans page for more information about FLExTrans.