Windows Home Server 2011 helps multi-PC families easily centralize, connect, and personalize their digital files. It provides a simple, familiar, and reliable way to store, stream, share and automatically protect what is most important. In this document, we’ll go over what’s new and improved.
A more robust system Windows Home Server 2011 is based on Windows Server 2008 R2, the most secure and powerful Windows server to date.
In addition, Microsoft has made the system more robust by adding the following features:
- The ability to use best-of-breed 64-bit product technologies—perfect for powering the media-heavy home.
- A Standard Development Kit (SDK) with client-side software deployment for easy customization and deployment
- DLNA 1.5 compliance to ensure that all your home electronic devices work with your Windows Server-based network.
Windows Home Server 2011 will now soon be available. This document lists all the new features in Windows Home Server 2011 and you can download it from Microsoft.