I've had a couple of my clients mention whispers about a home server OS based off of Windows 10 is in the works. I can't find hide nor hair of it, but am very curious to know more if such a thing is in the works.
indeed, however I was just seeking clarification if Cal meant to use a VM or to just use that version of Server because it's free.Technically the point of Hyper-V .....:doh:
Nothing wrong with running things in a VM.. Makes it so much easier in case of rebuild, repair or failure.
VMs are no different than a physical devices except the hardware is virtualized. If you can install a OS on a physical machine.. you can setup a VM.indeed, however I was just seeking clarification if Cal meant to use a VM or to just use that version of Server because it's free.
also, I have to admit I'm quite mystified by how VM works..I sorta understand the basics, but how you do it and all that, not so much. I guess I should just delve in and setup a box and try it and see if it's easier than it appears. I'm not much of a fiddler/tinkerer anymore.
edit - also, what is wrong with this forums message spacing? I hit enter once to create a separate paragraph and it puts it directly underneath it...so I hit enter twice, and it interprets that as 4 lines. :angry2: