Microsoft announced today that Windows Server 2019 is once again generally available, a little more than a month after the company paused the initial rollout.
The upcoming Windows Server 2019 Essentials may well be the last edition of the server OS for small businesses, the Windows Server team announced yesterday.
It’s been almost a week since Microsoft released the Windows 10 Insider build 17723 for Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring, and today the company is following suit with Windows Server 2019 Insider build 17723 and the Windows 10 SDK Preview builds 17723.
The new Windows Server Insider builds bring no new features to the server OS, but Windows Admin Center Preview 1807 brings introduces File Sharing from the Files tool, Azure Update Management integration and more.
These new builds include the first preview of Hyper-V 2019, as well as a new System Insights feature that brings predictive analytics capabilities to the OS without any cloud connectivity.
Following the release of the Windows 10 Insider build 17677 last week, Microsoft has just announced that 17677 builds for Windows Server 2019 and the Windows 10 SDK are now available for Insiders.
The Windows Insider team has just announced the release of Windows Server 2019 Insider build 17666, which succeeds to the preview build 17650 released last month.
Windows Server version 1803, the next release in Microsoft’s Semi-Annual Channel will be generally available for Software Assurance customers on May 7.
Microsoft has just announced the release of Windows Server 2019 Preview build 17650, along with a new build of the next Windows Server Semi-Annual Channel release.
the Windows Insider group seeded Windows Server 20198 to vNext Long – Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) which contains the following:
The Windows Server team has just announced the first preview build of Windows Server 2019, the latest version of the server OS to be available in the second half of 2018.
Microsoft released build 17095 to be used in conjunction with the Windows 10 Insider Preview.
Project Honolulu Technical Preview 1712 Build 05002 brings some performance improvements, a new tree control in the Files and Registry tools and new features for managing Virtual Machines.
Microsoft has released today the Windows Server Insider Preview Build 17046 to Windows Server Insiders, which is the second Redstone 4 build for Microsoft’s server OS.
Microsoft released yesterday the Windows 10 Preview SDK build 17035 as well as the first Redstone 4 build for Windows Server yesterday.
Microsoft announced yesterday the release of Windows Server version 1709, which is the first version of the server operating system to ship in the company’s new Semi-Annual Channel.