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Windows Server

Windows Server

By Microsoft
  • #6 Software in Operating Systems
  • Windows Server market share is 3.82% with more than 45643 companies using this software
  • Datanyze helps you reach more than 69,803,399 contacts that are using Windows Server , including Amazon.com Apple Walmart

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    ABOUT WINDOWS SERVER

    A series of server operating systems developed by Microsoft Corporation. Windows servers are more powerful versions of their desktop operating system counterparts and are designed to more efficiently handle corporate networking, Internet/intranet hosting, databases, enterprise-scale messaging and similar functions.

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    Top Competitors Websites Market Share Vendor
    341,362
    28.57%
    234,947
    19.67%
    210,187
    17.59%
    122,994
    10.29%
    54,527
    4.56%
    15,458
    1.29%
    15,040
    1.26%
    13,449
    1.13%
    13,043
    1.09%
    12,797
    1.07%
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    What is Windows Server and what is used for?

    A series of server operating systems developed by Microsoft Corporation. Windows servers are more powerful versions of their desktop operating system counterparts and are designed to more efficiently handle corporate networking, Internet/intranet hosting, databases, enterprise-scale messaging and similar functions.

    Which software are similar or alternative to Windows Server

    Ubuntu is one of the most well-known alternatives to Windows Server

    Who uses Windows Server?

    45643 companies reportedly use Windows Server in their tech stacks, including Amazon.com, Apple, Walmart