Windows Server 2022 has arrived.
Microsoft recently held a virtual Windows Server Summit to launch it, with a two-hour livestream featuring different presenters covering different aspects of new features, plus some on-demand video content. Compare that to the huge fanfare that would have accompanied a new version of Windows Server only a few years ago. For someone who was around in the beginning (I can still remember the smell of the printed thick manuals for Windows Server NT 3.51 that I devoured from cover to cover when I set up my first server), I can’t help but feel that Windows Server is quietly fading into the background.
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