Updated Feb. 15, 2021 12:05 pm EST Microsoft is rolling out a major update to its Windows Server operating system this week, including Windows Server versions 10.7 and 10.8, as well as Mac OS 10.5 and 10, the company announced this morning.
The update to Windows XP is also available.
Microsoft said that it will roll out the Windows Server version 10.10 to end users on Tuesday, followed by a Windows Server 10.11 upgrade to the end user market by the end of February.
Microsoft also released an update to the Windows PowerShell 3.0 on Wednesday, and said it is also rolling out Windows Server edition 10.12.
Windows Server 2003 is now supported, although it will take some time for the upgrade to happen.
The company said it will not be upgrading to Windows 7 for a while.
Windows Vista and Windows 7 are supported, but they are expected to take a few months to go live.
Microsoft has not announced a release date for Windows Server 8.1.
Microsoft previously said that Windows Server will be available for the end-user market sometime in March.
The software giant is currently working on the Windows 8.x operating system, and the company also has a preview of Windows Server Enterprise Edition 8.0 running on a Mac.