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Windows Home Server is ready

Posted on Tuesday, July 17 2007 @ 14:54:01 CEST by

Microsoft announced that its Windows Home Server software is ready, clearing the way for firms like HP, Gateway, Medion, LaCie, Iomega and Fujitsu Siemens to start selling their Home Server systems later this quarter.
If you're unfamiliar, Windows Home Server is Microsoft's attempt to solve the growing problem of fragmented media collections. Through an easy-to-use interface, you can organize and manage access to your media files (or any other kind of data) from one centralized location, rather than having to look through multiple PCs for your various photos, music files, and videos. Windows Home Server even has a Web-based client that will give you full read and write capability from any PC connected to the Internet.

Under Microsoft's current plan, it won't be selling Windows Home Server as a standalone software product. Instead, you need to purchase a full-blown server from one of Microsoft's previously mentioned hardware partners.
Source: CNET.



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