On Sun, 01 Mar 2009 11:29:44 -0800, unionpenny wrote:
> "You see what you want to see"
>> > Windows is adequate at human interaction but falls flat with the
>> > computer side of the activity. A windows server does not sit
>> > quietly.
> Google --->windows home server lose
> first hit is
> The title is " Windows Home Server Bug Could Lead To Data Loss"
> Your statement does not match up with the MS reputation. Are you
> thinking of business class servers? And anyway, what good is a quiet
> server that trashes your files?
Windows Home Server is one of the absolute biggest piles of steaming crap
that Microsoft has ever let loose from their beta labs. Vista is pretty
bad as well but compared to WHS, Vista is actually decent.
How complicated can it be to massage already written Windows code into
being a server?
Evidently it is too much for Microsoft to manage as WHS has some serious
data integrity problems.