Microsoft this week released a beta software development kit for Windows Home Server, the company’s newest operating system version for connecting multiple PCs and digital devices in a home. The SDK will enable developers to build custom applications for Home Server, which could range from system protection and home security to media sharing.
“The SDK will enable hobbyist and professional developers to build applications that run on Windows Home Server and extend the functionality of the Windows Home Server Console, or to build applications that run on a home computer and connect to Windows Home Server,” a company spokesperson told BetaNews. “Updates to the beta SDK documentation will be posted in the future.”
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