May 2011

Sans Digital enclosures have long been a favorite of many a WHS user when they run out of drive bays in their MSS or other server.  Sans Digital have just announced the release of four new 8 bay models now with a USB 3.0 port which, on paper, should give you 5Gpbs of throughput compared […]

The folks at My Movies continue to churn out updates to their popular My Movies Media Management software. Of important note is that for us Windows Home Server v1 users an update to the WHS Add-in has finally been released which incorporates TV Show support. All download can be found here. Also, for more information […]

It seems like D-Link has been on a role of late with their 2011 line of products hitting the markets. A few months ago D-Link announced the availability of the D-Link DCS-932L Day/Night Network Camera (Be on the lookout as I plan to have my full review posted within the week ), and not too […]

Drive Bender, one of the DE replacement Add-ins looking to occupy your Windows Home Server 2011 console, has just announced the release of Beta 3. In conjunction with the release Drive Bender also announced a special pricing option available to all those who are currently beta testing Drive Bender. If you are currently testing Drive […]

I’ve released an update to Remote Notification, bringing it to version and delivering several new features for Mac users as well as a few minor bug fixes. New in this release is a Mac Connector application that offers a menu bar item to display your Windows Home Server health alerts, as well as an […]

If you have been using My Movies with your Dune, you may have noticed that of late TV Shows suddenly stopped appearing on the Dune (TV Show functionality was just added several months ago) . Well, today a new release for My Movies (My Movies 4.01 PR1) has just been released that hopes to address […]

I am always on the lookout for great Apps to enhance the digital home and media streaming. A few months ago I came across an App called Remote Potato which interacted with Windows Media Center to allow the user to remotely control your Windows Media Center Recordings, stream archived content remote, as well as many […]

This is part three of a three part series of articles serving as a review and basic install walk-through for the storage server unRAID. It attempts to explain the tradeoffs and install details of the popular storage alternative to Windows Home Server (WHS). This guide is something like “I wish I had known this before […]

If you’re like me, you have a collection of DVDs and Blu-Rays that you love to watch. My favorites are Lord of the Rings, Star Trek and The Dark Knight. Fortunately, I don’t fumble around with discs any more since 95% of my movies are being served from my Windows Home Server to points around […]