Microsoft released a preview of Windows Server 2022, with “protected core,” improved Windows Containers, and MsQuic protocol support in the kernel. Windows Server can also be deployed using an “as a service” model in the style of Windows 10, although there are important differences. The regularly updated version is simply called Windows Server (plus a release number like 2004), is located in the semiannual release channel and requires a subscription license called Software Assurance, so it’s not a cheap way to get the latest Windows Server forever.
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