Difference between revisions of "Windows NT 4.0"

From BetaWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
m (Reverted edits by LarryTN7722 (talk) to last revision by Ryuzaki)
(Tag: Rollback)
(Corrected names)
Line 7: Line 7:
 
|releasedate=1996-07-31
 
|releasedate=1996-07-31
 
|support=2006-07-11
 
|support=2006-07-11
|sku=Workstation<br>Server<br>Server, Enterprise Edition<br>Server, Terminal Server Edition<br>Embedded
+
|sku=Workstation<br>Server<br>Enterprise Server <br>Terminal Server<br>Embedded
 
|replaces=[[Windows NT 3.5x]]
 
|replaces=[[Windows NT 3.5x]]
 
|replaced-by=[[Windows 2000]], [[Windows XP|Windows XP Embedded]]
 
|replaced-by=[[Windows 2000]], [[Windows XP|Windows XP Embedded]]
Line 20: Line 20:
 
* Workstation
 
* Workstation
 
* Server
 
* Server
* Server Enterprise Edition
+
* Enterprise Server
 
* Terminal Server (Codename: '''Hydra''')
 
* Terminal Server (Codename: '''Hydra''')
  
Line 61: Line 61:
 
{{ BLItem Confirmed|Windows NT 4.0 build 1381.1|4.0.1381.1 }}
 
{{ BLItem Confirmed|Windows NT 4.0 build 1381.1|4.0.1381.1 }}
  
==== Terminal Server Edition ====
+
==== Terminal Server ====
 
{{ BLItem Confirmed|Windows NT 4.0 build 307.1|4.0.307.1 }}
 
{{ BLItem Confirmed|Windows NT 4.0 build 307.1|4.0.307.1 }}
 
{{ BLItem Confirmed|Windows NT 4.0 build 373.1|4.0.373.1 }}
 
{{ BLItem Confirmed|Windows NT 4.0 build 373.1|4.0.373.1 }}

Revision as of 14:21, 21 June 2019

Windows NT 4.0
Version of Microsoft Windows
Windows-NT-4.0.1381.1-Desktop.png
OS familyWindows NT
Version4.0
CodenameShell Update Release, Hydra (Terminal Server Edition)
Preliminary name
Architecturex86, Alpha, MIPS, PC98, PowerPC
Latest build
Release date1996-07-31
Support end2006-07-11
SKUs
Workstation
Server
Enterprise Server
Terminal Server
Embedded
Replaces
Windows NT 3.5x
Replaced by
Windows 2000, Windows XP Embedded

Windows NT 4.0 (codenamed Shell Update Release) is the successor to Windows NT 3.51 and the first version of Windows NT to feature the Windows Explorer interface introduced in Windows 95. It is the last version of Windows NT to include NT in its product name. It was succeeded by Windows 2000.

The Windows Desktop Update further enhances the shell by incorporating features from Windows 98.

Editions

There are several editions of Windows NT 4:

  • Workstation
  • Server
  • Enterprise Server
  • Terminal Server (Codename: Hydra)

Service Packs

There were 6 service packs released for Windows NT 4. There was a 7th Service Pack Planned, but it was canceled and Update Rollup 6a was released instead.

Builds

Pre-Beta

Beta 1

Beta 2

Release Candidate 1

Release Candidate 2

Pre-RTM

RTM

Terminal Server

Service Pack 1

Service Pack 2

Service Pack 3

Service Pack 4

Service Pack 5

Service Pack 6

Service Pack 6a

Post-Service Pack 6a Security Rollup