How to install and run a C++ virtual machine using Windows 10 and Windows 10 RT (updated)
Microsoft has updated the Windows 10 operating system with an updated version of the Windows Server Core operating system that runs on the x86 and x64 architectures.
Windows Server 2016 includes the Windows 7 Runtime Engine, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Runtime Engines.
In the new version of Windows Server, developers can add Windows Server features such as Windows File Storage, a new version called Visual Studio, and Visual C++ Express.
The new version will also include Visual Studio 2017, which can run on Windows Server.
Microsoft said it has released the update for Windows Server 2017 and Windows Desktop 2017.
Microsoft’s official website lists the new operating system as: Windows Server 16.1 (Server Core x64 Edition) for 32-bit, 64-bit and ARM (Server x64-based Edition) with 64-thread processor, x86-64, and ARM-compatible processor.
Windows 10 16.0 (Server core x64 edition) for all other versions of Windows.
The operating system can run Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows Insiders on x64 and ARM architectures.
In addition to the new Windows Server and Windows Store, Microsoft said the company also announced a new mobile version of its Windows operating system, Windows 10 Mobile, that includes Cortana, Cortana for Work, and the Microsoft Edge browser.
Microsoft announced that it is going to continue working on a new Windows 10 mobile operating system.
Windows Mobile 10 is scheduled to be available to developers and the public on October 26, 2017.
This will be the first time that Microsoft will have a mobile version for Windows.