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Embedded Automation Release mControl v3

Over the years we have covered a lot of home automation products from Embedded Automation, and now they have just released mControl v3.

The Home Server Show 106

Dave and the guys over at the Home Server Show have released show number 106.

The Home Server Show – 49 Avast and Antivirus software on your Windows Home Server

Dave over at the HomeServerShow.com has released the latest edition of his podcast, The Home Server Show, number 49.

mControl for Windows Home Server Giveaway – EXTRA Winners

Last week we gave away 2 full licences for mControl for Windows Home Server. There were so many entries that I managed to get another two licences to giveaway, which means we have 2 EXTRA winners.

Another mControl for Windows Home Server Giveaway – the Results

Last week we started another giveaway for a full licence for mControl for Windows Home Server. There were so many entries that I managed to get another licence to giveaway, so yes, there are actually 2 winners.

Another mControl for Windows Home Server Giveaway

Well it has been a few weeks since we did a giveaway, so I figured it was about time for another one 🙂

Controlling my sprinklers with mControl and Windows Home Server on a Friday night

This week I am going to walk you through the installation of a sprinkler control module connected via mControl to my Windows Home Server.

Adding mControl to Windows Media Center with Windows Home Server on a Friday Night

It is 7:43 PM on Friday night and my living room light just turned on automatically. Since I often use Windows Media Center (WMC) throughout the house I want to access mControl in WMC. Tonight I will show you how to add the mControl Client to your Windows Media Center PC.

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