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This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:
1993–2000 1994–2001 1995–2001 1996–2004 1997–2004 1998–2006
1993–2000 1994–2001 1995–2001 1996–2004 1997–2004 1998–2006
1999–2010 2003–2015 2005–2015 2008–2020 2008–2010 2009–2020
1999–2010 2003–2015 2005–2015 2008–2020 2008–2010 2009–2020
2012–2023 2013–2023 2016–present 2017–2022 2018–present 2021–present
2012–2023 2013–2023 2016–present 2017–2022 2018–present 2021–present

Windows NT Version 3.1 Advanced Server[]

1993–2000[]

Windows Server 1993
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Times New Roman
Launched:  July 27, 1993

Support ended on December 31, 2000.

Windows NT Version 3.5x Server[]

1994–2001[]

Windows Server 1994
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Times New Roman (modified)
Launched:  September 21, 1994

Windows NT Version 3.5 Server[]

1994–2001[]

Windows Server 1994-2
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Times New Roman (modified)
Launched:  September 21, 1994

Support ended on December 31, 2001.

Windows NT Version 3.51 Server[]

1995–2001[]

Windows Server 1995
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Times New Roman (modified)
Launched:  May 30, 1995

Windows NT 4.0 Server[]

1996–2006[]

Server[]

1996–2004[]

Windows Server 1996
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Franklin Gothic
Launched:  July 31, 1996

Enterprise Edition[]

1997–2004[]

Windows Server 1997
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Franklin Gothic
Launched:  May 15, 1997

Terminal Server Edition[]

1998–2006[]

Windows Server 1998
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Franklin Gothic
Launched:  October 25, 1998

Extended support ended on December 31, 2004 (mainstream support ended on December 31, 2002) for all versions except Embedded.

Extended support for Embedded versions ended on July 11, 2006 (mainstream support ended on June 30, 2003).

Windows 2000 Server[]

1999–2010[]

Windows Server 1999
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Franklin Gothic
Launched:  December 15, 1999

Extended support ended on July 13, 2010 (mainstream support ended on June 30, 2005).

Windows Server 2003[]

2003–2015[]

Windows Server 2003
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Franklin Gothic
Launched:  April 24, 2003

Extended support ended on July 14, 2015 (mainstream support ended on July 13, 2011).

Windows Server 2003 R2[]

2005–2015[]

Windows Server 2005
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Franklin Gothic
Launched:  December 6, 2005

Windows Server 2008[]

2008–2020[]

Windows Server 2008
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Segoe UI
Launched:  February 4, 2008

Mainstream support ended on January 13, 2015, and extended support ended on January 14, 2020.

Windows Essential Business Server[]

2008–2010[]

Windows Server 2008-2
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Segoe UI
Launched:  September 15, 2008

Windows Essential Business Server was a version of Windows Server 2008 designed small size business operations, it was released to manufacturing on 15 September 2008 and was officially launched on 12 November 2008.

Windows Server 2008 R2[]

2009–2020[]

Windows Server 2009
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Segoe UI
Launched:  October 22, 2009

In October 22, 2009, Microsoft introduced Windows Server 2008 R2 alongside Windows 7.

Mainstream support end date and extended support end date is ditto on Windows Server 2008.

Windows Server 2012[]

2012–2023[]

Windows Server 2012
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Segoe UI Semilight
Launched:  August 1, 2012

Instead of using Segoe UI Semibold like in the Windows 8 logo, it's using Segoe UI Semilight.

Mainstream support ended on October 9, 2018, and extended support ended on October 10, 2023.

Windows Server 2012 R2[]

2013–2023[]

Windows Server 2013
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Segoe UI
Launched:  August 27, 2013

The logo's color was changed to dark blue.

Mainstream support ended on October 9, 2018, and extended support ended on October 10, 2023.

Windows Server 2016[]

2016–present[]

Windows Server 2016
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Segoe UI
Launched:  September 26, 2016

This logo has no differences to Server 2012 R2 except the change to 2016.

Mainstream support ended on January 11, 2022, and extended support will end on January 12, 2027.

Windows Server Semi-Annual Channel, versions 1709–20H2[]

2017–2022[]

Windows Server 2017
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Segoe UI
Launched:  October 27, 2017

This logo has no differences to Server 2012 R2.

Windows Server operating system releases under the Semi-Annual Channel are supported by Microsoft for 18 months. Microsoft targets two releases of Windows Server per year under this channel. These releases do not offer any GUI desktop environments, and include Server Core and Nano Server.

Windows Server 2019[]

2018–present[]

Windows Server 2018
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Segoe UI
Launched:  October 2, 2018

This logo has no differences to Server 2012 R2 and 2016 except the change to 2019. However, this logo was rarely officially used by Microsoft in advertising. The words "Windows Server 2019" appear in the Winver applet without the Windows logo.

Mainstream support ended on January 9, 2024, and extended support will end on January 9, 2029.

Windows Server 2022[]

2021–present[]

Windows Server 2021
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Segoe UI
Launched:  August 18, 2021

This logo has no differences to Server 2012 R2, 2016 and 2019 except the change to 2022. However, this logo was rarely officially used by Microsoft in advertising. Branding in the Winver applet was similar to Windows Server 2019, albeit saying 2022.

Mainstream support will end on Oct 13, 2026, and extended support will end on Oct 14, 2031.


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