Get Started with Windows Server 2016
Applies To: Windows Server 2016
This collection contains detailed information to help you determine if you're ready to move to Windows Server 2016. Once you've checked the system requirements, upgrade options, and other information about moving to Windows Server 2016, you're ready to go back to the main Windows Server 2016 hub and start down the path to installing the best edition and installation option for your needs.
To download Windows Server 2016, see Windows Server Evaluations.
Find out the minimum hardware requirements to install and run Windows Server 2016.
Issues that could cause serious problems if you don't avoid or work around them.
Comprehensive table of available approaches for getting to Windows Server 2016 in various scenarios.
Features that have already been removed from Windows Server 2016 or designated for potential future removal.
Description of all the ways to move to Windows Server 2016 from whatever you're running today.
Information about additional steps needed to bring particular server roles to Windows Server 2016
Does SQL work on Windows Server 2016? What steps are needed to get Exchange running? This topic explains what you'll need to do.
Basic information on activation of Windows Server 2016 itself and other operating systems by using Windows Server 2016.
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