Windows Home Server hands-on

Posted on Saturday, Jan 13 2007 @ 03:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Engadget spend some time with Microsoft's new Windows Home Server at the Microsoft booth at CES:
We stopped by Microsoft's booth earlier to actually get our hands on HP's Media Smart Server running Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows Home Server. Since Home Server runs headless, you'll use client software (accessible by clicking on the little "home" icon in the system tray above) to control the box. Check out our list of WHS features before checking out our gallery of configuration screens...

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