We stress about the importance of saving our data onto backup hard drives, and of course Windows Home Servers, but not everyone keeps in mind that electrical power is perhaps one of the most unstable of the environmental factors your Windows Home Server may face.
My Movies for Windows Home Server releases another helpful update. The update gives language support among other new features. This will allow WHS users/owners in France, Germany and Spain to use the add-in in their local language. Also, the default language of the WHS will be auto detected and used in the add-in.
RipNAS merges and perfects Audio CD ripping, Network Attached Storage and Media Streaming in one easy to use small box. Audio CDs are ripped and stored securely through multi-drive mirroring (multi-HDD models only). Audio files are shared for streaming through the network to a multitude of Network audio players available. And the best part is [...]
Ok, we’re back again for the thrilling conclusion of our USB Scrolling LED Badge WHS Hack! In today’s final installment we’ll cut to the chase and showcase our solution; for extra detail be sure to visit the USB Rechargeable Scrolling Badge wiki page which may give you a good insight and may provide inspiration for [...]
ASoft is happy to announce the final release of AutoExit 2008R2 version 2.0.1170 and issues an important advisory note regarding any currently installed versions of AutoExit 2008 below/older than version 2.0.116.
Recently I have gotten my hands on a “Windows Home Server Scrolling LED Badge“. It is a simple but neat high-tech name badge gadget: using blue LED’s, 8 messages up to 255 characters each with variable speed/scrolling modes as well as brightness control.