- Jzt_nwbie wrote:
ada windows home server?
Windows Home Server
a new way to simplify how you keep and share your family's photos,
videos, and music. This smart hub lives in your home and connects all
the important people in your life to the good stuff that's on your
computers. You can pump your family's tunes to your Xbox 360, share
baby pics over the Web, and even get on your home server when you are
not home. Friends and family can see and share any files you want,
whether they are in another room or another country.
backup for your home PCs, and files and PCs can be easily restored.
Plus, PC health monitoring means you can see the exact condition of
Windows Vista-enabled PCs in your home and help make sure that
everyone’s software and virus definitions are up-to-date.
member of the family can access whatever they need on the home server
from your networked PCs. You can even share information with faraway
friends and family through a personalized Web address, or access your
own data from any Web-enabled PC when you’re away from home.
Your family photos, videos and music
and other important documents are together in one central place. And,
folders can be created by subject or topic, so the whole family can
stay organized and up-to-date.
needs increase, you can simply connect a new hard drive to Windows Home
Server. And with developers working on innovative add-ins for home automation
, home webcams, and home security
solutions, Windows Home Server will be part of the family today—and tomorrow.
to set up and easy to use, Windows Home Server provides a reliable,
familiar way for families to stay connected, whether they’re in the
next room or across the country.
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