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  • CloudBerry Backup v3.9.6

    CloudBerry Backup v3.9.6

    CloudBerry Backup has been updated to version 3.9.6. This latest version now brings support for both the AWS China (Beijing) region and the AWS EU (Frankfurt) region. Users of all standalone CloudBerry Backup products have an option to store files in the China (Beijing) Region. All the functions and features of AWS and CloudBerry Backup […]

  • The Home Server Show Podcast Episode 272

    The Home Server Show Podcast Episode 272

    Episode 272 of the Home Server Show is available, and this week its on Green Drives plus there is NAS news: Should you run Green Drives in your NAS? Tons of NAS news and something new to share with you on Synology… You can catch episode 272 here.

  • Add This PC or Computer to Your Desktop in Windows Server 2012

    Add This PC or Computer to Your Desktop in Windows Server 2012

    If you would like to add "This PC" or "Computer" on your desktop in Windows Server 2012 then a Powershell script is available for you: Although Windows has provided File Explorer, users and IT Pros used to use computer (This PC) on desktop. However, it is not convenient to show the icon through GUI in […]

  • Audiophile Optimizer Makes Your Server Sound Like a High-End Audio Computer

    Audiophile Optimizer Makes Your Server Sound Like a High-End Audio Computer

    Audiophile Optimizer is software for Windows Server 2012 R2 to make your server sound like a high-end audio computer enabling to experience analog-like sound as you have never heard it before on a computer based audio system. Windows Server 2012 R2 and Audiophile Optimizer works very well together with JRiver Media Center, JPLAY, Foobar2000, MQn […]

  • The Home Server Show Podcast Episode 271

    The Home Server Show Podcast Episode 271

    Its time for episode 271 of the Home Server Show podcast, and in this weeks episode: Jim Collison and John Zajdler join me to open up a conversation about Windows 10.  Windows 10 Technical Preview and Server are out!  We are just getting started so there is not a lot of in depth and under […]

  • Add-In: My Movies for Windows - Home and Essentials v5.12 Pre Release 1.

    Add-In: My Movies for Windows – Home and Essentials v5.12 Pre Release 1.

    The pre-release version of My Movies for Windows – Home and Essentials is now at version 5.12 Pre Release 1. Here is the change log for this release: Added: Title list icons for boxsets. Added: Option to show all languages when viewing posters and banners for TV Series and Movies. Added: Support for Media Player […]

  • What's New In Windows Server Technical Preview

    What’s New In Windows Server Technical Preview

    With Server 10 being available for testing, website InfoWorld has a look at its best new features: Start menu and the UI The command line and PowerShell Windows Defender Hyper-V Storage enhancements Virtual networking Identity and access management MultiPoint Services DNS Policies IP Address Management Web Application Proxy An insight to where Sever 10 is […]

  • Windows Bare Metal Recovery on the WD DX4000

    Windows Bare Metal Recovery on the WD DX4000

    If you would like to know how to setup a recovery solution for the DX4000 when it is being used with Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard or Essentials then we have an article for you. Troy Walker explains: The recent editions of Windows has introduce some really cool features that allows a technician or end […]

  • Add-In: Lights-Out for Windows 10 and Windows Server Technical Preview

    Add-In: Lights-Out for Windows 10 and Windows Server Technical Preview

    A test build of Lights-Out has been released with support for Windows 10 and Windows Server Technical Preview. Version 1.5.5.2227 has the following change log: Fixed: Calendar issue introduced in build 2136. Server goes into standby 3 minutes before a calendar entry starts if server is already active and calendar entry has a forced end […]

  • Spin-Up Windows Server Technical Preview on Azure

    Spin-Up Windows Server Technical Preview on Azure

    With Windows Server Technical Preview being available for you to test, the fastest way to spin-up your test lab environment in the Cloud is to use Microsoft Azure. Keith Mayer has a blog on TechNet where to details how to use a virtual machine image on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform to spin-up your own […]

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