Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Standard (32-bit) 6.0 Build 6001 RC1

4.1 out of 5 stars 4.1 (40 votes)


Windows Server 2008 / Commercial Demo / 164,797 downloads

Microsoft Windows Server 2008 is the most advanced Windows Server operating system yet, designed to power the next-generation of networks, applications, and Web services. You can develop, deliver, and manage rich user experiences and applications, provide a secure network infrastructure, and increase technological efficiency and value within your organization.

Windows Server 2008 builds on the success and strengths of its Windows Server predecessors while delivering valuable new functionality and powerful improvements to the base operating system. New Web tools, virtualization technologies, security enhancements, and management utilities help save time, reduce costs, and provide a solid foundation for your information technology (IT) infrastructure.

Reviews of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Standard (32-bit)

  1. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 6.0 Build 6001 RC1 (Nov 13, 2013)

    plz ,,,i need microsoft windows server 2008 product key now

  2. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 6.0 Build 6001 RC1 (Mar 1, 2008)

    Why is RC1 being released on Betanews when its RTMed?

  3. 4 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing Release Candidate 1 (Dec 9, 2007)

    No information on what the differences are between: Standard, Enterprise, Datacenter, Web Server Editions...

  4. 3 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing Release Candidate 1 (Dec 6, 2007)

    Considering the free alternatives, this OS needs some serious added incentives to make it appealing. This OS is aimed at tech types who know about free alternatives like Ubuntu so it would only be worth installing the final RTM if it costed less than $30 and had some REAL MS innovation for a change. But knowing MS that won't happen. The slogan for this OS could be:
    "Home Server: The Fail Starts Now"

    @Fidelio they may be based on the same code but that doesn't mean anything. Windows XP Home and Windows Server 2003 Enterprise are built on the same codebase. So what.

  5. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing Release Candidate 1 (Dec 6, 2007)

    Why screw Vista? Windows Server 2008 and Vista SP1 are build on the same code.

    Just get SP1 RC1 installed :)

Discuss Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Standard (32-bit)