August 2010

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of reviewing the Dune BD Prime. It was the first player that I ever tested that worked right out of the box, and worked well for that matter. My biggest concern is that the two Dune models (Dune BD Prime and Dune Base) where missing out on […]

At the time this article was published, the Microsoft announcement originally called this release RC0. That blog post has since been changed and the Release Candidate wording has been removed. I still believe that this release should not have been given to the general public since it includes known data corruption issues. Microsoft has today […]

Since the release of the public Beta of Windows Home Server Codename Vail (see our Review and Overview here), Microsoft have been busy integrating feedback, fixing bugs and polishing the interface and have now released an updated Public Beta which is available on Connect. There are several changes in this build, but the first key […]

While I was doing research for my review of the Dune BD Prime I came across Zappiti, a Video Jukebox similar to YAMJ for the PCH. Just about every media player out there has a substandard stock UI, so for me finding a suitable 3rd party jukebox is a must. Is Zappiti that jukebox for […]

I generally like to update to the latest versions of software as they come out (whether beta or “stable”). There is always the chance that the new update may break something that was once working, but for the most part to date I have had very few issues. A few weeks ago I updated to […]

CloudBerry Lab has released v1.6 update for their CloudBerry S3 Backup for Windows Home Server software. This is what CloudBerry Labs indicates as what is new to the 1.6 release: Backup of Network Shares Smart Delete – an option to keep locally deleted files on backup storage Server Edition – designed to run on Windows […]