The next version of a public beta of the next version of Windows Home Server has been released by Microsoft on Monday, whose features improved media streaming and backup capabilities.“Vail” is the code name of Windows Home Server, which also allows for greater customization.You can download the operating system Windows Home Server Vail , for domestic servants. This new version includes major enhancements such as external content streaming, improved backup system equipment, simple configuration, increases in development and customization tools for partners, and many more new features.
On Monday, in a blog post Microsoft wrote, it comes with a new software development kit by which developers and partners have access to more ways to customize the OS and add new functionality and services to Windows Home Servers.
Microsoft has not offered a time frame for releasing Vail. The company said, “We're not ready to discuss delivery dates yet”.
Video Demonstration of Windows Home Server:
Download: Windows Home Server (via Microsoft)