- Product Name
Microsoft 1PK MSOEM HOME SERVER URP 1 +10CAL [CCQ-00061] (CCQ00061)
- Out of stock
The Microsoft Windows Home Server OEM is a processing system that is not for an “over the counter” purchase. It is for those building their own system. It can't be transferred to another computers once it is installed. The OEM provides you with a breath of fresh air for your media because it revitalizes the captured moments from your digital files. The Microsoft Windows Home Server OEM grants families and other enthusiasts to share, organize, replenish, and protect their most treasured possessions such as the photos, videos, music among other life experiences that defines their humanity. Everything you treasure is put together in a central hub wherein you are allowed to connect it all to the home PC without having any trouble of using it. The USER-friendly concept it has is so awesome that even those old folks and little kids can enjoy its ease of access. It does not require a professionally trained customer to operate it. The refurbished unit is so easy to use that it is not encouraged for people who want everything done from their own perspective. This Microsoft Windows Home Server OEM cannot be retailed and is not sold anywhere but in large companies that install it on their systems. However, no matter how seriously wonderful and amazing this product may be, it is apparently a limited edition and will be gone in thin air sooner or later. But then again, as the modern world progresses, a lot of complaints have been made as to how the Windows Home Server somehow lost its charm. Nowadays, it is not that greatly executed. It is rather poorly executed though it has had its most stupendous concept before. This version is undoubtedly one of the finest inventions of the Microsoft and is does an impeccably great performance. Who can ignore the fact that this product has a feature which allows it to back-up an image of entire hard disks of every, and all the computers you have at home. It offers the performance that is found in other single-handed software which offers that prime performance and yet has a much more expensive selling price. The Microsoft Windows Home Server is already out of date. The performance it offers is clearly unwanted anymore. For it has been an outcast in comparison to other applications and software. It may, somehow still be useful and you may still find other people using it, but then again. It is now unstable, rusty and is utterly and completely buggy. It has lost most of its prominent features which from before made it the most exalted one. It is recommended therefore that you brace yourself and wait for a much more valuable investment rather than this enormous let down. Not to be sarcastic or anything but this product, clearly is not worth it.