Friday, March 23, 2007
For those that haven't yet heard about it, Windows Home Server is a very interesting new operating system offering from Microsoft. As suggested by its name, the target audience is home users, but it is built upon the business-proven Windows Server 2003 SP2. Its goal is to simplify mass storage, backup/recovery, health monitoring, and more for the home user with multiple PCs. Check out this Wikipedia page for more information. I've been participating as a tester on the Beta 2 version for the last month or so and have been pretty impressed so far. If you want to sign up to participate, visit the Windows Home Server page on Microsoft's Connect site.