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Deep Fried Bytes Episode #12: Going Home with the Home Server Team

Posted by Keith Elder | Posted in Podcast, Windows | Posted on 12-09-2008

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Do you have a Windows Home Server?  Have you even heard of Home Server?  If you don’t have one or haven’t heard of it before, take my advice and listen to this show.  You should get one if you have a Windows home network and networked PCs.  If you do have one, then you know how glorious it is.  It is the best technology to come out of Microsoft in years that solves a real world problem.  As you’ll learn in this episode, it took someone passionate four times to get this product off the ground.  In this episode you’ll learn what Home Server is, the new features in Power Pack 1, how to build your own Home Server if you are a do it yourself type of person, and how to write your own Home Server plug ins.

In this show we sit down with Home Server product team members Jonas and Brendan to get the scoop on Home Server. 

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I love my home server! 3 Terabytes!

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