[test] windows server 2022 (converted to workstation)

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  1. maur0

    maur0 Master Guru

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    test I decided to do, to see if windows server 2022 is faster and more stable for desktop use, compared to windows 11 and 10 and so far I'm liking the result.


    windows server modified for use on the pc at home desktop, I used the base for mounting the iso, the tutorial shown there www.windowsworkstation.com/win2016-2019/
    English US language

    all integrated updates until Feb 2022

    who wants to test on their machine
    download (Magnet) server 2022
    mgnet.me/eqwm0EX

    server 2019 workstation
    http://mgnet.me/eqwnbrA



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    whoever tests it please post what you think about the bugs etc and the main thing is whether or not you have the advantage of using it on the pc at home
    and the games run everything and whether or not there are more fps
     
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  2. James Marshall

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    I am downloading this now. Very excited. Do you still want input on this project or any info in the last few months?
     
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    I want yes I'm using server 2019 on my pc
     
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    How do you test stability?
     

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    very stable made for server has to be more stable than windows 10 and 11
    better ram and cpu management
     
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    You are describing "should be", but how do you test it? Do you perform stress tests?

    PS
    It can be that server OS is optimized for server HW (and FW) - like motherboards with multiple CPU sockets, each socket with its own RAM slots (NUMA topology), with multiple storage and network controllers, with server CPUs (Xeon, EPYC)...
    Also it can be that server SW/HW is optimized (by default) not for straightforward 'foreground' performance (like in game) but for sustained throughput ('bandwidth') - like amount of parallel SQL/WEB queries from multiple users, like amount of parallel data reading/writing operations.
     
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  7. James Marshall

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    I have this running now on my Dell T7810 w/ dual Xeon 2690v3's and 64gb ram. Very stable. Have run into a few issues, will post a list this week. Overall though, very impressed.
     
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    cool you tested the server 2022 and then, compared to win10 and 11 did you feel any difference? then post the problems you found
     
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