A little over a week ago I wrote a post about what direction to head in as a Windows Home Server 1 owner. I figured a lot of WHSv1 owners are at the same point as myself, or trying to think ahead to the future. With some new options out there (such as Windows 8 […]

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Quick Update To 10Muse

by Damian on October 10, 2012 · 10 comments

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About a month ago I put together a guide highlighting the 10Muse App, which can be used to turn your iPad into a Home Theater jukebox for playback on your Dune or PCH media player. Last week an update was pushed through which brought two important features that I thought it would be worth briefly […]

Another day, another guide :D. Today I am going to take a look at the 10Muse app for the iPad. From the website: 10Muse turns your iPad into the most joyful and sophisticated Home Theater Jukebox. Combining the power of modern media players and NAS devices into the most advanced video distribution system, it will […]

Nearly two years ago (wow how fast time has flied by!) I wrote an article about the D-Link DAP-1522, a device that would allow you to either extend your wireless network via Access Point mode or serve as a wireless bridge to connect various networked devices (up to 4). Since I wrote that article I […]

Some time ago, I created a couple of Add-Ins for Windows Home Server V1 to make things easier for installing applications such as WordPress, PHP and MySql. Since the release of Windows Home Server 2011 I have had numerous requests to port them to the new platform which I was loath to do due to the age […]

Two years ago I put together a guide for using NFS with Windows Home Server v1. Since then a new version of Windows Home Server has emerged (WHS 2011), so naturally I have gotten questions about if/how NFS could be applied to WHS 2011. Up to now there was really very little I could do […]

Odds are if you rip your Blu-ray collection (the main movie only) using a tool like Clown_BD you have come across at least several movies where there have been multiple playlists for what appear to all be for the main movie. Typically this will occur when there are multiple languages of the same movie included […]

First, I want to say “Thank you” to those that have left comments about this series of reviews.  Please keep them coming.  While I haven’t directly responded to each one, I’ve been reviewing them for any suggestions you’ve had and tried to incorporate them into the review. I tore down my HP EX495 a couple of weeks […]

Drive Bender released today version, their third update since the initial launch on October 14th.  This update corrects the following items: Release v1.2.1.5 release (2011-11-07) – Update: Implemented the “Pool setup wizard”. – Update: Fully integrated help system. – Update: Documentation has been greatly improved. – Bug fix: A number issues with add, merge and convert […]

In the last post, we discussed creating a Pool Instance (Drive Pool) and adding in a blank hard drive to start your pool for a new installation.  For those of you that are currently using Windows Home Server 2011, this article is for you! Terminology Drive Bender allows you to add hard drives to your […]