Following last weeks post about Windows Home Server being available on both TechNet and MSDN and then the subsequent disappearance of it because Microsoft were testing, I can now announce that Windows Home Server is available on both TechNet and MSDN and will be staying there – HONEST! 🙂
Further to yesterday’s post, it appears that Windows Home Server is not quite yet ready to be on TechNet and MSDN and that it was just a test of the system.
Phil over at MSWHS.com is reporting that Windows Home Server is finally available on both TechNet and MSDN.
Here at CES earlier this week, Microsoft announced the release of the public beta of Windows 7. You can download it today and have a play with it by going to the Windows 7 beta download site. You can also download it if you have a TechNet or MSDN subscription.
Here is our review of the LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Luigi Starter Course.
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