Meet Our Windows Server 2019 Build Tracker

Microsoft is in the development process for Windows Server 2019 & we are tracking the builds released as part of the Windows Insider Program for Business.

Richard Hay, Senior Content Producer

October 3, 2018

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Microsoft ended development of Windows Server 2019 on 02 October with the server operating system reaching general availability.

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As part of the Windows Insider Program for Business, Microsoft makes it possible for IT pros, system admins and end users to test development versions of the next feature update for Windows 10.

A separate but integral part of the Windows Insider Program that business and enterprise users can access, is the development process for Windows Server 2019 which is the next on-premises version of Microsoft's server operating system.

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Windows Server 2019 could likely be the final stand alone version of Windows Server that Microsoft makes available for on-premises customers however, the only thing we can confirm is that Windows Server 2019 is expected to be released in the second half of 2018.

Just like our Windows 10 Redstone 5 tracker for PC build releases, the Windows Server 2019 build tracker will give you an easy to use chronological reference of development builds as they are released by Microsoft to members of the Windows Insider Program for Business. 

This gallery shows the Windows Server 2019 builds in the order they have been released starting with the most recent and going backwards from there. Just click through the gallery images to review the builds that have been made available to the Windows Insider Program for Business.

Note: All update information is courtesy of Microsoft.

About the Author(s)

Richard Hay

Senior Content Producer, IT Pro Today (Informa Tech)

I served for 29 plus years in the U.S. Navy and retired as a Master Chief Petty Officer in November 2011. My work background in the Navy was telecommunications related so my hobby of computers fit well with what I did for the Navy. I consider myself a tech geek and enjoy most things in that arena.

My first website – AnotherWin95.com – came online in 1995. Back then I used GeoCities Web Hosting for it and WindowsObserver.com is the result of the work I have done on that site since 1995.

In January 2010 my community contributions were recognized by Microsoft when I received my first Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for the Windows Operating System. Since then I have been renewed as a Microsoft MVP each subsequent year since that initial award. I am also a member of the inaugural group of Windows Insider MVPs which began in 2016.

I previously hosted the Observed Tech PODCAST for 10 years and 317 episodes and now host a new podcast called Faith, Tech, and Space. 

I began contributing to Penton Technology websites in January 2015 and in April 2017 I was hired as the Senior Content Producer for Penton Technology which is now Informa Tech. In that role, I contribute to ITPro Today and cover operating systems, enterprise technology, and productivity.

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