Definition Of Windows 2008 R2 Service Pack 2

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Hi, I recently joined a company, and I am a fresher. My colleagues have been discussing various Windows operating systems. I want to understand what does Windows 2008 R2 Service pack 2 mean and how it works? It looks like Greek and Latin to me. Can somebody please explain the terms to me in Layman’s term.

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Definition Of Windows 2008 R2 Service Pack 2

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Welcome to the IT and on the server-side. That is a good question. There are a lot of terms that you might come across in your day to day basis. Do not panic. Everybody will be in the same state when they are new; you will be able to learn it quickly.

Let me come to the question. There are a lot of server operating systems. Let me explain how the Windows 2008 R2 service pack 2 came into existence with other operating systems in detail. It is termed as a server because it manages multiple client operating systems. In comparison with regular windows having versions like windows 7, windows 10, server Operating systems also have various names such as 2008 R2 std, 2008 R2 Enterprise and various other O.S.

R2 stands for Release 2. When it comes to any software, the common terms you will hear are the service packs and hotfixes. That means, suppose they release an application into production and based on user review or testing, they might come across some errors. They will develop a fix for that, and that is called hotfix. After some time, they will release a stable version with all the hotfixes included, and that will be called service pack.

2008 R2 SP2 means service pack 2

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