Windows Server 2022 rolled out by Microsoft

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Windows Server 2022 rolled out by Microsoft
Windows Server 2022 rolled out by Microsoft

Like Windows 10, Windows Server 2022 is touted as version 21H2

This year, before the official launch of Windows 11, Microsoft is quietly rolling out the next long-term version of Windows Server, known as Windows Server 2022, for mainstream users.

Windows Server 2022 comes in Standard, Datacentre and Datacentre: Azure Edition variants.

The company announced that its mainstream end date is October 13, 2026, and its extended end date is October 14, 2031.

The LTSC (Long Term Servicing Channel) edition has support for five years as standard, and a decade of extended support.

Every two to three years, Microsoft plans to release new versions of Windows Server.

Like Windows 10, Windows Server 2022 is touted as version 21H2.

New features in Windows Server 2022 included nested virtualisation on AMD processors, DNS-over-HTTPS, and strong encryption for SMB.

The tech giant has started testing its new Office UI, which is designed to complement Windows 11, with rounded corners and subtle changes.

The main changes are a rounded look to the Office ribbon bar, with subtle tweaks to some of the buttons throughout Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

Windows 11 will provide a “calm and creative space where you can pursue your passions through a fresh experience”.

“From a rejuvenated Start menu to new ways to connect to your favourite people, news, games, and content Windows 11 is the place to think, express, and create in a natural way”, according to Microsoft.

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