Colin Walker splashes out some more Windows Home Server news, with the telling tidbit that it seems Microsoft are leaning toward making it a software release for DIYers as well as pre-built units for those who’d rather just plug’n’play. This and more information is to be found in a PressPass document (.doc file) unearthed from among the corporation’s CES files.
Also of note is that HP’s monolithic home server unit, photo-star of the coverage, will be capable of a maximum 6 terabytes of storage (internal and external combined), with half of that coming from four 750GB drive bays and the rest via USB.
DIY Windows Home Servers? [Randomelements]