Windows Home Server goes on Sale in the US

Windows Home Server is finally available in the US! You can pick it up at Newegg.com for $190.

This fall, families will have a new way to organize, share and protect photos, videos, music and so much more. For families with multiple PCs, now it's easy to protect, connect, and organize the way you keep and share your family's most important memories—all in one central place.

Windows Home Server features at a glance

  • Organize your most important information in one central place
  • Automatic daily backups of your home PCs
  • Restore lost files or an entire PC
  • Access all your stuff on your Windows Home Server from your networked PCs
  • Share photos and home videos through a personalized web address
  • Easy and quick setup
  • Expandable storage space for future use
  • Innovative third-party applications

Protect
Windows Home Server provides automatic daily backup for your home PCs, so your files and PCs can be easily restored. Plus, PC health monitoring lets you see the exact condition of Windows Vista–enabled PCs in your home.

Connect

Every member of the family can access what they need on the home server from your networked PCs. You can even share information with faraway friends and family, or access your own data when you're away from home.*

Organize
Your family photos, videos, music, and other important documents stay together in one central place. Folders by subject or topic keep the whole family organized and up-to-date.

Grow
As your storage needs increase, you can simply connect a new hard drive to Windows Home Server. And with developers working on innovative add-ins for home automation, home web cameras, and security feature solutions, Windows Home Server will be part of the family today—and tomorrow.

Windows Home Server is simple to set up, easy to use, and provides a reliable, familiar way for families to stay connected, whether they're in the next room or across the country.

News source: In-house | Thanks NateB1
Link: Windows Home Server Web Site

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