Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 16th Jul 2007 21:52 UTC
Windows Right on schedule, Microsoft announced that its Windows Home Server software is off to the presses. This clears the way for HP, Gateway, LaCie, Medion, and now Iomega and Fujitsu Siemens, (both also announced today, the latter in Europe only) to begin selling their Home Server-powered hardware later this quarter.
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by trinitrotolueen on Tue 17th Jul 2007 12:53 UTC
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It appears to be malware writers who easily make servers from users windows machines. So i wonder why MS doesn't offer a software addon that turns the box into a home server.

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