Today’s an exciting day here at We Got Served as we flip over a new page and get to work on our forthcoming Building a Windows 10 Home Server eBook. We’ve now sold thousands of copies of its predecessors, Building a Windows 8 Home Server and Building a Home Server With Windows 8.1 and so the bar has been set to make the new title our best yet!

While Microsoft is busy putting the final touches to their latest re-imagining of the Windows platform (which may, in part, resemble previous releases of the Windows platform – cough – Start Menu) I’ve just ordered the components required to build the all-new home server I’ll be featuring in the forthcoming book.


This time, I’m looking to create a compact but powerful home server setup that is equally adept at displaying media directly as it is serving files to other network devices – locally or remotely. A multi-drive, private cloud server that’s comfortable working with public cloud services such as OneDrive, Google Drive and Dropbox. A powerful media hub that can serve as a DVR, media server, home theater PC and media library manager, integrated with leading music, TV and movie metadata providers. All powered by the latest and greatest edition of Windows, tweaked and massaged for home server use.

We’ll cover all of this and more in Building a Windows 10 Home Server.

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If you want to find out what components I’ll be using for my own Windows 10 Home Server, check out this post. Otherwise, stay tuned to hear more about Building a Windows 10 Home Server over the summer.