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The Complete Guide to Windows Home Server

windows home serverWindows Home Server is an operating system released by Microsoft to help manage and centralize a small home network. Windows Home Server is based on Windows Server 2003, and it includes features like a centralized backup, health monitoring on networked PCs (including the status of anti-virus and firewall applications), file and printer sharing, remote access and media streaming. Windows Home Server can also be extended through the use of add-ins.

This guide shows you how to install, configure and use a Windows Home Server, and provides tips on some of the best add-ins that are available for it.

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Dual Booting Windows Home Server

Learn how to turn your Windows Home Server into a dual boot system along with Windows 7....

Recommended Add-Ins for Windows Home Server

Add-ins for Windows Home Server can be anything from anti-virus software to media extensions for your video and music folders. This article gives you the best five add-ins you should...

Why Does Moving Files Take So Long on Windows Home Server?

If your home network utilizes a Windows Home Server, swapping files between devices should be simple. So why does it suddenly take so long?...

Protect Your Windows Home Server from Viruses, Worms and Rootkits

Although you might have antivirus software on your PC, you should still consider installing it on your Windows Home Server for optimum protection....

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