SQL Server database Release 1.8.9.1 is it still use able

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I was inquired for local ERP solution who offered me SQL server database Release 1.8.9.1. Its quite old version. Can any one guide me about this version to use as database, while we are using Windows 10.

I want to know issues which i can face in future regarding SUPPORT also.  

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I never heard about such a version, the oldest I know is 6.0, see https://sqlserverbuilds.blogspot.com/

So which version is it really?

 

The oldest SQL Server version supported on Windows 10 in 2012 with SP2, see https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2681562/using-sql-server-in-windows-8-and-later-versions-of...