The Windows 10 October 2018/1809 release was Microsoft’s most problematic feature update wave (so far, anyway). After pulling and reissuing the 1809 releases, one particular variant remained missing — until June 15, 2019, that is.
Microsoft quietly began to roll out Hyper-V Server 2019 on Saturday. This happened after months of promises by Microsoft officials that Hyper-V Server was on the cusp of availability. On June 15, Microsoft announced briefly on its Windows Server Insider blog that Hyper-V Server 2019 was now available on the Microsoft Evaluation Center and that it should be available to Visual Studio Subscription customers by June 19.
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