Late last night we released our first Step by Step Guide of 2014 (they’re the big eBooks, compared to the pocket sized How To Guides) and we have an introductory offer this week to celebrate the launch.
In the beginning there was Xbox, and the world of Home Theatre PCs didn’t really exist. There were clunky computers being used as media centres, and there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth. Then along came XBMC, which stood for Xbox Media Centre and there was much rejoicing.
Building your own computer allows you to tailor the design and performance of your PC so it fits your needs exactly. Whether it’s a simple desktop, high performing home theatre PC or the ultimate gaming rig – in this guide you’ll see how easy it is to assemble the most personal of computers from a set of common components.
Our How To series has so far focused on Windows Server 2012 Essentials. But our latest guide can be followed by Windows, Windows Home Server and Windows Server 2012 Essentials users (Mac guys too, mostly!).
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Once you have your Windows Server 2012 Essentials computer set-up and running, you’ll want to see just what else it can do. Installing PHP MySQL truly opens up a world of possibilities, with a wide variety of open source software available to run on the server with just a few clicks and a little configuration.
One of the headaches of running multiple PCs in your home and small business is managing the slew of operating system updates that Microsoft regularly delivers. If you have bandwidth caps, or simply haven’t the time to download and install all of those updates separately on each computer, why not download them once and distribute them locally via Windows Server 2012 Essentials?
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