Microsoft’s latest Server updates boost the Azure hybrid service

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  • Microsoft just released the first public preview for KB5003218 and KB5003807.
  • These are not security updates and, also, don't address any major system issues.
  • KB5003897 is a public preview servicing stack update for Azure Hcl for WIndows 10.
  • These are optional updates and their download and installation are not mandatory.
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We have some good news for all the Windows 10 users out there. Microsoft just released the first public preview of a couple of new cumulative updates.

Note that these updates are for Microsoft servers operating system Windows Server 2021 LTSC, version 21H2.

KB5003218 and KB5003807 previews are now available

Starting with the 1st of June, users can download these optional updates and get a small taste of the future, as the patch brings Windows 10 to Server 2022.

Keep in mind that these are non-security public preview updates, which contain miscellaneous improvements to internal OS functionality.

Also, for both KBs, no additional issues were documented.

Users on Twitter also shared this information, along with a few screenshots of the new cumulative updates.

KB5003807 contains Azure Hcl

According to the release documents from Microsoft, KB5003807 is a public preview servicing stack update for Azure Hcl.

As a reminder, Azure Stack HCI is a new hyper-converged infrastructure host operating system that’s delivered as an Azure hybrid service, providing the latest and up-to-date security, performance, and feature updates.

To get the standalone package for this update, go to the Microsoft Update Catalog.

It looks like Microsoft has much more in store for us in the near future, and we just have to wait for new improvements, fixes, and other great additions that the tech company has already hinted at.

Have you applied these cumulative updates yet? Share your thoughts with un in the comments section below.

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