A Microsoft Defender bug is creating thousands of files and clogging the boot drive on Windows Server 2016 and 2019, according to user reports. It is now being fixed via an update to the service.
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Google's Project Zero team has publicly revealed yet another security flaw in Windows which allows elevation of privilege, claiming that Microsoft's fix is incomplete and does not resolve the issue.
Microsoft has published a security advisory regarding a vulnerability in multiple versions of Windows, which would allow ill-intentioned attackers to remotely execute code on a targeted machine.
Today, Microsoft announced a number of new features for those that are running Windows in virtualized environments, such as Office 365 ProPlus and OneDrive Files On-Demand coming to Server 2019.
It's been a few years since Microsoft promised to include OpenSSH as a part of Windows, and though consumer versions of Windows 10 already had it, the Server variants are only getting it now.
After over a month since Microsoft released Windows Server 2019 and Windows Server version 1809 and then pulled them from servers. Now, the company is re-releasing both of the operating systems.
Ignite 2018 took place this week, which translated into quite a few announcements on Microsoft's part. Of course, some gaming and update news is in there too. Be sure to catch up below.
Today at its Ignite 2018 conference, Microsoft announced that Windows Server 2019 and its semi-annual counterpart, Windows Server, version 1809, will be generally available in October.
Microsoft has announced a new distribution channel for the .NET Framework. It's called "Cumulative Update", and will follow the same cadence as Windows 10, starting with the October 2018 Update.
Citing Microsoft 365 as the preferred successor to the small business version of Windows Server, the company did decide to release one more update after receiving feedback from "influencers".
Microsoft today released Windows Server 2019 Insider Preview build 17744. There aren't any new front-facing features; however, there are a few improvements to Hyper-V among other things.
Microsoft today released Windows Server 2019 Insider Preview build 17738. It includes a couple of new features like host device access for containers and SDN high performance gateways.
Alongside of a new build in the Fast ring, Microsoft today released new builds of Windows Server 2019 and the Windows 10 SDK, both of which bring the build number to 17733. There are no changelogs.
It's been a packed week for Microsoft, with everything from Game Pass announcements to various Insider preview news popping up. Be sure to catch up via our handy guide at the link below.
It's the Tuesday after a Windows 10 client release, which means that it's time for new Windows Server 2019 and Windows 10 SDK Insider Preview builds, which align with the Fast ring build number.
Windows 10 Redstone 5 and Windows Server 2019 will be coming with support for leap seconds and other improvements like Precision Time Controls. The update also brings Precision Time Control and more.
Today, Microsoft released a new Windows Server 2019 Insider Preview, bringing the build number to 17713. The new build doesn't contain any new features, but there are some known issues.
The week that's just ending was packed with news about Xbox software, Patch Tuesday's regular influx of updates, and an unexpectedly quick reveal of a new member in the Surface family. All that below.
Today, Microsoft released Windows Server 2019 build 17709 and Windows 10 SDK Preview build 17709, adding some new features as we come into the final stretch of Redstone 5 development.
Like clockwork, Microsoft today released new builds of Windows Server 2019 and the Windows 10 SDK, bringing the build number to 17692, the same as the current Fast ring client build.
Today, Microsoft released a new Insider Preview build of Windows Server 2019, bringing the build number to 17677. The build only contains a couple of minor new features, like container improvements.
A lot has happened in these short seven days over at Microsoft. Most of the news revolved around gaming and the unveiling of the Adaptive Controller, but there was also more. Be sure to catch up.
Microsoft today released a new Insider Preview build of Windows Server 2019, bringing the build number to 17650. Like earlier builds, this one will expire on July 2, and is available in ISO and VHDX.
This past week brought mostly good things for gamers on Xbox, along with a sprinkling of news about Redstone 4 and 5, and some oft-present updates. Be sure to catch up via our handy guide.
Along with a new cumulative update for Insiders on the Windows 10 spring update, Microsoft also released a new Redstone 4 build for Windows Server, bringing the build number to 17639.
Microsoft released the first Insider Preview for the next version of Windows Server today, build 17623. New features include Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection, WSL, and more.