List of Windows Operating System Version Numbers

Microsoft has released nine major versions since its first release in 1985. After 29 years, Windows looks very different, but still familiar with the elements that have stood the test of time, increase computing power and – most recently – move away from the keyboard and mouse on the touch screen.

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We have created a list of versions of Windows, starting with the operating system Windows 1.0. Distinguishing between versions and not OS names is important for both developers and average users. Here is a list of Windows OS version numbers

List of Windows Operating System Version Numbers

Operating SystemVersion Number
Windows 1.01.04
Windows 2.02.11
Windows 3.03
Windows NT
Windows for Workgroups 3.113.11
Windows NT Workstation
Windows NT Workstation 3.513.51.1057
Windows 954.0.950
Windows NT Workstation
Windows 984.1.1998
Windows 98 Second Edition4.1.2222
Windows Me4.90.3000
Windows 2000 Professional5.0.2195
Windows XP5.1.2600,
Latest build: 2600
(Service Pack 3)
Windows XP Professional x64 Edition5.2.3790 (Service Pack 2)
Windows Vista6.0.6000, Latest build 6002
(Service Pack 2)
Windows 76.1.7600, Latest build 7601
(Service Pack 1)
Windows 86.2.9200
Windows (April 8 update)
Windows 10 version 150710.0.10240
Windows 10 version 1511 ‘November Update’10.0.10586
Windows 10 version 1607 ‘Anniversary Update’10.0.14393
Windows 10 version 1703 ‘Creators Update’10.0.15063
Windows 10 version 1709 ‘Fall Creators Update’10.0.16299
Windows 10 version 1803 ‘April 2018 Update’10.0.17134
Windows 10 version 1809 ‘October 2018 Update’10.0.17763
Windows 10 version 1903 ‘May 2019 Update’10.0.18362

This list does not include Windows Server builds

You can always check the version of OS you are running by typing ver in the Command Prompt or by typing winver in the Run box (Press Win + R).

From the table above we can conclude and better understand various OSes, and their similarity is shown by their version number.

Windows 10, the ninth version of Windows, is designed to unite all Windows platforms on multiple devices, including phones and tablets, with universal applications  (UWP) that can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store and run on all Windows devices.

Windows 10 represents another step in Microsoft’s vision of modern computers, bringing the updated Start menu and providing greater balance for traditional desktop users.

What’s your favorite Windows version?

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Author: The MFTNEXT Team

The MSFTNEXT project is a small team of authors who love to engage with the latest technology and gadgets. Being passionate Windows bloggers, we are happy to help others fix their system issues.

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