Windows Server 2022 - January 2024 Release

The January 2024 release of the Windows Server 2022 image has been published. This image is available under the edgetag.

In CircleCI config, you can specify the image directly:

  image: "windows-server-2022-gui:edge"

or by using the Windows orb:

  win: circleci/windows@5.0
      name: win/server-2022
      version: "edge"


Here is a list of the major software installed on each image. If multiple versions are present, the default is shown here:

7zip.portable 23.1.0
awscli 2.15.14
azure-cli 2.56.0
docker-engine 25.0.1
git 2.43.0
git-lfs 3.4.1
golang 1.21.6
gzip 1.3.12
jq 1.7.0
miniconda3 4.12.0
nano 7.2.36
nodejs 20.11.0
nunit-console-runner 3.17.0
openjdk 21.0.2
python3 3.11.6
rust 1.75.0
service-fabric 9.1.1583
service-fabric-sdk 7.0.1949
sysinternals 2024.1.9
webpi 5.1.0
winappdriver 1.2.1

The version of nvm-windows has reverted in this image. It was 1.1.11 in windows-server-2022-gui:2023.11.1 and earlier, but in this image it has gone back to 1.19.

Is miniconda actually installed in this image? Checking with conda info tells me

conda : The term 'conda' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check 
the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.

Where can the tag list be found to allow setting the machine to a specific image version?