Earlier today, Microsoft released the May 2020 update for Windows 10, version 2004. And its server version, windows Server 2004, was released today, and users of the semi-annual channel (SAC) have been able to use it for the first time.
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You can use the following method to get an image of Windows Server 2004 version from MCR:
docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/windows/servercore:2004
docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/windows/nanoserver:2004
docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/windows:2004
The download size of the upgrade operating system and the size of the operating system itself are small, with a download volume of 1.865GB and a disk footprint of 4.05GB. With the 1909 version of 2.257GB and 4.97GB, as well as the 1903 version of 2.311GB and 5.1GB save a lot of space. One of the changes that has been made is that Server Core no longer optimizes performance for the .NET Framework because the app is now done in the .NET Framework runtime image. Another part microsoft is optimizing is the Server Core container, which modernizes traditional applications without taking up too much storage space or bandwidth.
In fact, for the Windows Server version, this update seems to be about optimization. In addition to delivering smaller operating systems, it also features faster startup speeds, optimized performance, and more.