Ever since Microsoft began delivering feature updates to Windows as “a service,” Windows client officials have been reticent to use the “release to manufacturing” (RTM) phrase — even when they’ve settled on a particular build that they’ll christen as a new feature release. The Windows Server team seemingly doesn’t have the same hang-up. In fact, the Server team has acknowledged that Windows Server 2019 is the first Server build where Microsoft intentionally skipped RTM.
Microsoft’s Windows Server 2019 never actually RTM’d: Here’s why | ZDNet
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