How to Build a Home Server

The technological website ExtremeTech has a how to on building a Home Server. The 3 page guide takes you step by step through a Asus home build, which should take 25 to 30 minutes to complete. As writer Brain Neal states:

“We chose Windows Home Server as the operating system for its stability, security, and user-friendly interface. Sure, if you build a Linux server you don’t have to pay for the OS, but Windows Home Server is so easy to configure, even for those with little to no experience, that it’s worth its cost.”

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  1. Fred Source says:

    There is a cheaper, and more powerful, just as easy to configure option — the open source home server from http://www.amahi.org

    Take a look!

  2. Dave says:

    Looks very promising, though they should find a simpler image for their front page if they’re marketing this to non-technical users. The calendar integration is a great feature. It will be interesting to see this one develop further!

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