Windows 10: All future Windows Server releases receive 10 years of support

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    All future Windows Server releases receive 10 years of support


    All future Windows Server releases will be Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) releases with ten years of support according to Microsoft. Windows Server 2022 will be the first release that will only be offered as a LTSC release.

    Long-Term Servicing Channel releases of Windows Server receive 5 years of mainstream support and 5 years of extended support. Mainstream support provides security and non-security updates to the Windows Server release, extended support focuses on delivering security updates for the product.

    Microsoft plans to release new Windows Server versions every 2-3 years, and each will receive 10 years of support as it will be a Long Term Servicing Channel release.

    All future Windows Server releases receive 10 years of support windows-server-2022-ltsc.png

    Windows Server releases under the new Long-Term Servicing Channel won't receive new features and functionality according to Microsoft, only security and non-security updates (the latter means bug fixes for the most part).


    This channel provides systems with a long servicing option and functional stability, and can be installed with Server Core or Server with Desktop Experience installation options. The Long-Term Servicing Channel will continue to receive security and non-security updates, but it will not receive the new features and functionality.

    Semi-Annual Channel releases of Windows Server focused on "containers and microservices", and these will "continue with Azure Stack HCI".

    Microsoft published the following table with updated mainstream and extended support end dates.

    Windows Server release Version Build number Availability Mainstream support end date Extended support end date
    Windows Server, version 20H2 (Semi-Annual Channel) (Datacenter Core, Standard Core) 20H2 19042.508.200927-1902 10/20/2020 05/10/2022 Not applicable
    Windows Server, version 2004 (Semi-Annual Channel) (Datacenter Core, Standard Core) 2004 19041.264.200508-2205 05/27/2020 12/14/2021 Not applicable
    Windows Server, version 1909 (Semi-Annual Channel) (Datacenter Core, Standard Core) 1909 18363.418.191007-0143 11/12/2019 05/11/2021 Not applicable
    Windows Server 2019 (Long-Term Servicing Channel) (Datacenter, Essentials, Standard) 1809 17763.107.1010129-1455 11/13/2018 01/09/2024 01/09/2029
    Windows Server 2016 (Long-Term Servicing Channel) (Datacenter, Essentials, Standard) 1607 14393.0 10/15/2016 01/11/2022 01/11/2027

    Windows Server 1909, 2004 and 20H2 won't receive extended support. All three releases are Semi-Annual releases of Windows Server.

    The previously released Windows Server 2016 and 2019 releases are Long-Term Servicing Channel releases. These are supported until 2027 and 2029 respectively.

    Windows Server 2022 will be supported for ten years and is expected to be released before the end of 2021. The new Server version is currently in public preview on the Evaluation Center.

    Microsoft highlighted the following features on its Cloud Blog in March 2021:

    • Advanced multi-layer security
    • Hybrid capabilities with Azure
    • Flexible application platform

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    Release Schedule for Future Releases

    I have questions regarding several of your products. I would like to know
    the latest release version for the following products and if you can tell me if you have release
    dates for each of them?

    Also, do you happen to have a
    release schedule that you follow for new releases? If you have anything to provide that would be great.

    The product list is as follows:

    • Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard
    • Windows 10 Enterprise
     
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    Unlocked Realtek HD Audio Drivers Windows 7 & 8 (With Dolby Digital Live and DTS Interactive)

    DTS supported natively by Windows 8/8.1 and it should work on windows 10 too just DDL require to unlock your driver .
     
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  4. Ahhzz Win User

    All future Windows Server releases receive 10 years of support

    Office 2019

    Only supported on Win10. Sorry, 8.1 users, only 4 years old, gotta go.

    Microsoft Office 2019 will only work on Windows 10

    https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com...-to-office-and-windows-servicing-and-support/

    Spoiler Office 2019
    Last year at Ignite, we announced Office 2019 – the next perpetual version of Office that includes apps (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, and Skype for Business) and servers (including Exchange, SharePoint, and Skype for Business). Today we’re pleased to share the following updates:

    • Office 2019 will ship in H2 of 2018. Previews of the new apps and servers will start shipping in the second quarter of 2018.
    • Office 2019 apps will be supported on:
      • Any supported Windows 10 SAC release
      • Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2018
      • The next LTSC release of Windows Server
    • The Office 2019 client apps will be released with Click-to-Run installation technology only. We will not provide MSI as a deployment methodology for Office 2019 clients. We will continue to provide MSI for Office Server products.
     
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