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Windows Server 2022 announced by Microsoft in three different editions

Windows Server 2022 announced by Microsoft in three different editions

It was Windows Server 2019 Announced in early 2018 by Microsoft and gave OpenSSH support for the first time. LTSC versions of the operating system (Long Term Support) happen once every two years, so it was expected that Windows Server 2022. Finally, Big Tech announced the arrival of the news.

Windows Server 2022 has three variants: Standard, Datacenter, and Datacenter: Azure Edition. Its LTSC version will expire on October 13, 2026, while its full expiration date is October 14, 2031.

Microsoft has not provided any additional information on this topic, only describing the product as follows:

Windows Server is the platform for building an infrastructure for connected applications, networking, and web services, from the workgroup to the data center. It connects on-premises environments to Azure, adding extra layers of security while helping you keep your applications and infrastructure up to date.

That is, it is an operating system for servers, as its name suggests. But while no more details about Windows Server 2022 have emerged, the Windows 11 It has been replaced by several new features: a The first ISO of the Insider Preview channel is now available, the program Paint should get a revamped interface with dark modeAnd Among other things.

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