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Windows Server vNext (19H1) Build Tracker

Microsoft has kicked off the development process for the next update to Windows Server under the code name 19H1 and as we have done in the past, we are tracking the builds released as part of the Windows Server Insider Program.


As part of the Windows Server Insider Program, Microsoft makes it possible for IT Pros and System Admins to test development versions of the next feature update for Windows Server.

Microsoft's Windows Server Insider Program allows business and enterprise customers to access pre-release builds of the companies latest server operating system. This early access is intended to assist those organizations in discovering new features, capabilities, and to test compatibility for their own software and services.

This tracker will keep you updated on testing builds which are released for Windows Server (19H1). If you are also testing the client operating system, you can follow those pre-release builds using our Windows 10 (19H1) Build Tracker for PCs to keep an eye on those updates.

Windows 10 (19H1) Software Development Kit (SDK) Build Tracker

Windows Server 2019 is expected to be the final on-premises version of the server operating system as the company focuses more on cloud based services to replace that on-premises hardware/software. The Windows Server vNext (19H1) testing builds are updates to Windows Server 2019.

Windows 10 (19H1) Build Tracker for PCs

The Windows Server vNext (19H1) build tracker will give you a chronological listing of testing builds as they get released to the Windows Server Insider Program.

This gallery shows the Windows Server vNext (19H1) builds in the order they have been released starting with the most recent and going back from there. Just click through the gallery images to review the builds that have been made available to Windows Server Insider Program participants.

Note: Windows Server Version 1903 was released to the Semi-Annual Channel on April 19, 2019. Full general availability occured on May 22, 2019.

Note: All update information is courtesy of Microsoft.

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