I have been using Quantum ESPRESSO for my calculations and I do most of my processing in Linux. Recently I bought a new laptop and it came with Windows and I need to keep it like that for several reasons. I realized that there aren't many options to visualize structures from Quantum ESPRESSO input in Windows!
I know of VESTA but that one doesn't read QE input or output files. I found atomsk which I installed in the WSL (Windows subsystem for Linux) and used it to convert a QE input file to a VESTA format but it didn't do it correctly and the structure was not showing correctly in VESTA.
Xcrysden doesn't work in Windows and only works with errors when run from WSL (with a display server).
The question is: are there any good visualization software for QE input/output files for Windows? And why not, for Linux? (xcrysden is good-ish but it could do with an update).