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Windows 7: Windows Home Server Code Name “Vail” Goes International

11 May 2010   #1
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Windows Home Server Code Name “Vail” Goes International

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We’ve received great feedback from you on the release on our public beta of Windows Home Server Code Name “Vail” last month. Thanks to everyone for taking the time to give us your feedback and ideas. I’m happy to announce another update for the beta: starting today, German and Japanese editions of the Vail beta are now available for our international friends. Both the server and client components are completely localized into these two languages in this edition of the beta.

To download these versions, please go to http://connect.microsoft.com/windowshomeserver to sign up for the download. You can also provide feedback through the Connect portal, which is used to log ideas and feature suggestions for future versions of Windows Home Server. 

We will keep you posted as other language versions become available. In the meantime, keep those cards and letters coming!

- Dave Berkowitz, Senior Communications Manager


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12 May 2010   #2
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Windows Home Server Codename Vail Beta Updated

Microsoft is making headway with the development process of the next iteration of its home server. An update of the public Beta of Windows Home Server Codename Vail is currently available for early adopters, according to Dave Berkowitz, senior communications manager Microsoft. The refresh is focused on tailoring the first Beta milestone of Windows Home Server Codename Vail to customers in two additional markets, expanding the language support beyond English. Specifically, testers in Germany and Japan will now be able to download and test-drive localized builds of Windows Home Server Codename Vail Beta.

“I’m happy to announce another update for the beta: starting today, German and Japanese editions of the Vail beta are now available for our international friends. Both the server and client components are completely localized into these two languages in this edition of the beta,” Berkowitz stated.

Full read: Windows Home Server Codename Vail Beta Updated - New localized versions available for download - Softpedia
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