Windows Home Server Continues to Improve With Power Pack 2
Many have contemplated putting together a home server network to streamline their storage and other tasks, but have been wary to do so for lack of a beginner-level hardware/software solution. When Microsoft Home Server first debuted, it aimed to provide exactly that. And after being initially crippled by file corruption issues, last year brought a fix to these issues in the form of the July Power Pack 1 update which helped WHS finally start to realize its promise.
The WHS team has been hard at work since and today they will release the sum of their efforts, WHS Power Pack 2. Like other Power Packs (PPs) it bears a resemblance to the professional Windows Server and PC Windows Service Packs (SPs), in that it packages bug fixes and minor improvements. While is certainly not a major release, it does deliver some key improvements, that users or potential customers will certainly appreciate.
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