Windows Server 2019 will be generally available in the second half of calendar year 2018. Starting March 20, 2018, users can access the preview build through Microsoft’s Insiders program.
To see more about Windows Server 2019, take a look at the blog Introducing Windows Server 2019 – Now Available in Preview. https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/windowsserver/2018/03/20/introducing-windows-server-2019-now-available-in-preview/?MC=WinServer&MC=MSAzure&MC=SysMagSof&MC=Windows&MC=Virtual
Figure 1 & 2 from the site https://logs.msdn.microsoft.com
Check it out! Tons of Free Microsoft eBooks. The list of all books and the download selection is located at the link below.
Note from Eric:
It’s that time of year again, and today I am kicking off my annual FREE MICROSOFT EBOOK GIVEAWAY extravaganza! And this time, I’m posting MORE FREE EBOOKS in this post than I ever have in any of my previous giveaways! Based on this, you will notice something different about this year’s post… In previous years, I included images of the eBook covers next to each item; however, I would also get feedback from people on the amount of time to load all of the images. So, this year I decided to streamline the list to make it easier to get to the eBooks you want. You will now find a simple list, organized by category, with the download links in the Format column so you can choose which format you want to download.
- How many can you download?
- ANSWER: As many as you want! This is a FREE eBook giveaway, so please download as many as interest you.
- Wow, there are a LOT listed here. Is there a way to download all of them at once?
- ANSWER: Yes, please see the note below on how to do this.
- Can I share a link to your post to let others know about this giveaway?
- ANSWER: Yes, please do share the good news with anyone you feel could benefit from this.
- I know you said they are “Free,” but what’s the catch?
- ANSWER: There is no catch. They really are FREE. This consider it a, “Thank you,” for being a reader of my blog and a customer or partner of Microsoft.
- Ok, so if they are free and you’re encouraging us to share this with others, can I post a link to your post here on sites like Reddit, FatWallet, and other deal share sites to let them know, or is that asking too much?
- ANSWER: Please do. In fact, I would encourage you to share a link to this post on any deal site you feel their users could benefit from the FREE eBooks and resources included below. Again, I WANT to give away MILLIONS of FREE eBooks!
- Are these “time-bombed” versions of the eBooks that stop working after a certain amount of time or reads?
- ANSWER: No, these are the full resources for you to use.
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A new update for Windows 10 is available as of April 11, 2017. This update addresses several issues that were major pains to users, such as:
- Addressed issue that was not allowing users to access online help content when clicking the help icon in various Windows applications, such as File Explorer.
- Addressed issue where displays turn off unexpectedly even when Turn off display and Screen saver are disabled in the power profile.
- Addressed issue that causes virtual machines to fail during high I/O scenarios where the user may log in multiple times.
You can check out all of the update features at April 11, 2017—KB4015217 (OS Build 14393.1066 and 14393.1083) https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4015217/windows-10-update-kb4015217
You can also see a list of all KB articles and Builds to date, on the sidebar of this article.
Microsoft announced that Windows Vista users have a day left to update from Windows Vista. Microsoft support for the Windows Vista product officially ends on Tuesday April 11, 2017.
Here is a line from the article about the end of Vista… from http://ca.ign.com/articles/2017/04/10/official-support-for-windows-vista-ends-april-11#-/
Windows Vista was replaced by Windows 7 in 2009. It’s survived by Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and a grandchild, Windows 10.
May Windows Vista rest in peace.