May 2011

For those of you who have bravely jumped on board Windows Home Server 2011, a new update to My Movies, the popular media management software, has just been released. Version 2.0 Pre Release 5 was released yesterday. If you are a Windows Home Server v1 user, you can continue to use version Pre Release […]

A few months ago I wrote about My Movies 4, an update to the popular Media Management software for Windows Media Center as well as other platforms. The most notable change (from my viewpoint) to My Movies 4 was the addition of TV Show support. At the time My Movies 4 was only available to […]

If you record TV shows in Windows Media Center there is a neat little tool called MCEBuddy that will take your recordings, scan/remove commercials, and convert to an alternative format (such as avi or mp4). MCEBuddy has been around for a few years now and with the arrival of WTV/H.264 the developer began work on […]

One of the nice features of Windows Home Server 2011 is that it allows households that have a mixture of Macs and Windows PCs to connect both systems to the Home Server. Once I got my Release Candidate version of WHS 2011 up and running, I immediately started to hook up my Macs to my […]