What Does Windows Server Mean?

A Windows Server refers to any type of server instance that is installed, operated and managed by any of the Windows Server family of operating systems.

A Windows Server exhibits and provides the same capability, features and operating mechanism of a standard server operating system and is based on the Windows NT architecture.

A Windows Server is generally capable of providing server-oriented services, such as the ability to host a website, user management, resource management across users and applications, messaging, security and authorization and many other server-focused services.

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