The only advantage of installing TL over WSL is the speed at compile times, I did the test installing using WSL 1.0 (version 2.0 is not yet available).
If you're looking to improve the compile times a bit, it's better to install the 64-bit TL version.
Back to your question, the answer is YES, to use TL from windows under WSL, you only have to call the ...
I was able to solve this by restoring the default commands in TeXStudio. Follow a simmilar path to Teun
Options > Configure TeXstudio... > Commands > LaTeX
and click the arrow button to the right of each command.
Somehow the default commands were not restored even when I uninstalled and reinstalled TeXStudio. Not quite sure how that happened but this fix ...
Seems like TeXstudio suffers from some bugs after changing the editor language! In my case, I changed from German to English, which had the effect that the Meta Commands were set to some wrong values internally, as it appears. For all the entries under Options -> Configure TeXstudio -> Build, i.e. the following:
Build & View