Windows Home Server: Update to support Netbook screen resolution Released

Microsoft have released a new update for Windows Home Server, that enables the WHS console to support low-resolution displays. The update drops the screen resolution of the Windows Home Server Console from 1024 x 768 down to 1024 x 600 which means that it will now display correctly on Netbooks with 8-10” screens. The update will […]

Microsoft have released a new update for Windows Home Server, that enables the WHS console to support low-resolution displays. The update drops the screen resolution of the Windows Home Server Console from 1024 x 768 down to 1024 x 600 which means that it will now display correctly on Netbooks with 8-10” screens. The update will be automatically downloaded to your Windows Home Server computer through Windows Update if the Automatic Updates feature is enabled on your home server. Or, you can click Update Now on the Settings tab of the Windows Home Server Console, announced Microsoft via KB963032.

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