Now that Windows Home Server is a year old, and has been released in over 50 countries, Microsoft have reduced the cost of the software by 30%. So, if you don’t have Windows Home Server yet, and you have some spare hardware sitting around, there has never been a better time to buy the software and try WHS. Remember though, Windows Home Server software is not available to buy in normal retail channels, and so you will need to buy it from a System Builder as OEM softare. Just do a search using your favourite search engine to find a local system builder channel.
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