Microsoft's new browser-based tool for managing Windows Server and Windows 10 machines is now generally available.
Recent Windows Server Stories
Microsoft announced this week that it has made the initial release of PowerShell Core available on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Code42 is shutting down CrashPlan for Home, its consumer cloud backup service. And it is directing customers to switch to Carbonite instead.
The Windows Subsystem for Linux is now available in Windows Insider builds of Windows Server.
I was interested to see that Microsoft will move its on-premises Windows Server product line to Windows 10's rapid release model. But this will impact all of Microsoft's customers over time.
In recent months, Microsoft has embraced the ARM platform on the desktop and in the datacenter. But ARM offers no notable advantages over Intel.
We focus on personal technology here at Thurrott.com, so the release of Windows Server 2016 may seem like a curious topic to discuss. But I used Windows Server in one way or another for almost 20 years. And now it's time for me to say goodbye.
If you stumbled through subsequent generations of Microsoft products like Windows Home Server, Media Center, and Zune as I did, you may be feeling a bit gun-shy about the software giant’s digital media ambitions these days. And it doesn’t help that its current generation solutions—Xbox Music, Xbox Video and so on—are cloud-focused, and thus alienate […]