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Twelve years have passed since Microsoft launched Windows Server 2003, and now it is almost time to close the book on this landmark piece of software. In computer technology, 12 years is a lifetime. To illustrate this, HardBoiled takes a look back at key moments in the evolution of server computing–a brief history of the server if you will. This gives perspective on the place Windows Server 2003 holds in computer history, as well as how dated it has become—even after just a dozen years. Let’s take a look.


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Windows Server 2003 and a Brief History of Server Computing, design by Goldie Young

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