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harrysmith20200

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Hello and welcome

Here is a list of windows operating systems by order of their release and hope its makes it easier for New And old Members
who maybe confused who dont know were to start when it comes to windows names

the following releases below start with the current release as of 2020 and older releases follow there after

if anybody would like to add any information and has any ideas to make this better, your most welcome to as you can never have enough positive information

all the best



WINDOWS 10 RELEASES


Windows 10 2004 - codenamed 20H1 - Released First half of 2020

Windows 10 1909 - (November 2019 Update) codenamed 19H2 - Released November 12, 2019

Windows 10 1903 - (May 2019 Update) codenamed 19H1 - Released May 21, 2019

Windows 10 1809 - (October 2018 Update) codenamed Redstone 5 - Released November 13, 2018

Windows 10 1803 - (April 2018 Update) codenamed Redstone 4 - Released April 30, 2018

Windows 10 1709 - (Fall Creators Update) codenamed Redstone 3 - Released October 17, 2017

Windows 10 1703 - (Creators Update) codenamed Redstone 2 - Released April 5, 2017

Windows 10 1607 - (Anniversary Update) codenamed Redstone 1 - Released August 2, 2016

Windows 10 1511 - (November Update) Codenamed Threshold 2 - Released November 10, 2015

Windows 10 1507 - Codenamed Threshold 1 - Released July 29, 2015




WINDOWS 8 RELEASES

Windows 8.1 (Update 1) - 6.3.9600

Windows 8.1 - 6.3.9200

Windows 8 - 6.2.9200




WINDOWS 7

Windows 7 SP1 - 6.1.7601

Windows 7 - 6.1.7600




WINDOWS VISTA

Windows Vista SP2 - 6.0.6002

Windows Vista SP1 - 6.0.6001

Windows Vista - 6.0.6000




WINDOWS XP

Windows XP SP3 - 5.1.2600

Windows XP SP2 - 5.2.3790
 
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LauRoman

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The Windows XP entry is wrong, it had different Service Packs and releases for three different architectures, one of which was based on two different kernel branches, and was the first to lose support from Microsoft, Intel and OEMs.
 

harrysmith20200

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The Windows XP entry is wrong, it had different Service Packs and releases for three different architectures, one of which was based on two different kernel branches, and was the first to lose support from Microsoft, Intel and OEMs.
if you would like me to add the information you say then please give the required information with build numbers and service packs, saying information is wrong with no extra input with more details doesnt help. thank you for the input but elaborate further, insead of filling up this section a Personal message with the inforamtion is good so we can expand the section of your interest
 

LauRoman

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if you would like me to add the information you say then please give the required information with build numbers and service packs, saying information is wrong with no extra input with more details doesnt help. thank you for the input but elaborate further, insead of filling up this section a Personal message with the inforamtion is good so we can expand the section of your interest
Service Pack 3 (5.1.2600) (for x86 or 32bit or IA-32)
Service Pack 2 (5.2.3790) (for x86-64 or AMD64 or EM64T or Intel 64) (based on Server 2003 kernel and service packs, had only a pro version, and i don't think it ever had a home or media center edition)
For the Itanium CPUs they first had a version based on the regular XP kernel released in 2002 (so the major build numbers are much the same). And a newer version built on the Server 2003 released in 2003, and similar to the AMD64 one had similar build numbers. So basically the Itanium version had both build numbers but was discontinued first.
Tablet PC versions do not count as they were just XP Pro versions with some added software (analogue to what we find on Surface devices these days). CE versions released at the same time do not count as they were similar only in name and probably some iconography. Embedded versions for ATMs and such i don't exactly know if they had different versions for x86 and x86-64.
 
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