Netbooks are currently all the rage – and why not? They are small, cheap, have batteries ranging from fairly good to amazing and they do what they say on the tin! Asus have been in the Netbook market for a while now and they consistently produce cheap, good quality Netbooks, and the Eee PC 1000HE is no exception.
Even as a tech-savvy person, I never really got into Flickr. I’ve just never felt the need to post all my photos online. Still, it’s pretty much impossible to avoid these days—even if I wanted to—and it seemed like I’d get sucked in sooner or later. What better way than through looking at the PhotoSync add-in for Windows Home Server?
Do you need some external storage? Do you need something portable? And by portable I mean something that you could carry around in your pocket? If the answer is yes then look no further than the Seagate FreeAgent GO USB hard drive range.
Back in January 2009 at CES in Las Vegas, VIA announced that they were going to release three Windows Home Server machines onto the market. One of those machines will be based on the Artigo A2000 bare bones server, and so until that is actually available the best we can do is take a look at the Artigo A2000 bare bones server and see what it’s all about.
KeepVault from Proxure is an online backup solution add-in for your important files that your store on your Windows Home Server. The latest version, version 3 has just been released and is reviewed here.
Digital ArcHound - Windows Home Server Edition is a multi-user software solution that has been designed for individuals, families and small businesses to quickly and easily move toward a truly paperless environment by allowing them to store, retrieve, archive and manage their electronic documents in a new and innovative way.
There are a number of websites and blogs now for Windows Home Server which offer help, tips, guidance and more. There are even a few books on the subject, mine being one of them. There is also some instructor led video training from a company called TrainSignal.