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Windows Home Server PP1 Beta open now

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 10-Jun-2008 17:01

I have been part of the Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 private beta for a while, and I have to say it is solid. My Windows Home Server runs 24/7 for months without a reboot and it keeps our 2.5 TB of data safe.

Yes, it's a lot of data, but we have a few laptops and desktops around here, gigabytes of pictures and home videos and all duplicated for enhanced safety.

Power Pack 1 introduces a few new features and fixes, but most importantly it introduces a fix for a data corruption bug that could create problems if users were modifying files directly on the server shares.

The best new features? Support for PCs running Windows Vista x64, and backup of your Windows Hme Server shared folders.


Check the official Windows Home Server team blog for more information and how to get it.



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