Windows server 2003 launched 12 years ago, the first of its kind after the Trustworthy Computing Incentive (TCI) began introducing server roles. Microsoft took advantage of all the new hardware available at the time and came with a minimum recommended processor speed of 550 MHz and up to 4GB of RAM, supported in the 32-bit version. This made sure Windows Server 2003 was a success and it attracted an unprecedented number of users to the service.
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