Microsoft asks users to probe Windows Home Server for bugs

By Justin Mann on May 23, 2008, 6:43 PM
If you are Windows Home Server user and have been worried about the data corruption issues that have cropped up in the past few months, don't worry, Microsoft is on the case. In fact, they are so on the case that they want your data to get corrupt. Yes, that's really the story, with Microsoft looking for volunteers that will help probe the system to actually find how and when the data corruption occurs.

They claim that the results of “volunteer work” in probing for this bug will help them get an actual fix ready, and decide whether or not any fix they craft will be ready in June. As the software is still in beta, one must always be cautious. If you are brave enough to put your data under the care of Windows Home Server, I am sure Microsoft would love to hear from you.




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