Windows Home Server

(redirected from WHS)
Also found in: Medical, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Windows Home Server

An earlier server OS from Microsoft that was introduced in 2007. Windows Home Server (WHS) was based on Windows Server 2003 with a simplified user interface for casual users. Windows Home Server 2011 was the final version of the product.

The primary advantage of a server is centralized storage and backup. As more homes become networked, photos and videos wind up on several machines and are often duplicated. WHS provided automated backup of data for all PCs in the network and could completely restore a failed machine. In order to use WHS, every PC in the network required WHS Connector software. WHS could also be set up as a Web server and accessed via the Internet. See Windows Server 2003.
Copyright © 1981-2019 by The Computer Language Company Inc. All Rights reserved. THIS DEFINITION IS FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. All other reproduction is strictly prohibited without permission from the publisher.
References in periodicals archive ?
Washington HS has offered the WHS Education Professionals program for 16 years, with support from Educators Rising, formerly Future Educators of America, over the past eight.
The WHS initiative has provided an opportunity for all existing handicapping authorities to collaborate to consider the best features within each of the current systems and create a system which is modern and relevant for both the way the sport is played today around the world and how it may be developed in the future.The WHS is designed to be inclusive, easy to understand and implement, without sacrificing accuracy or integrity.
The WHS actually consists of six areas in the city centre and the docklands that, in Unesco's words, "bear witness to the development of one of the world's major trading centres in the 18th and 19th centuries".
The transaction includes WHS infrastructure, client and server software solutions and a team of WHS development and operations personnel, primarily located in Kirkland, Washington.
Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome (WHS, OMIM 194190) is caused by the deletion of contiguous genes from the short arm of chromosome 4 and characterized by the Greek warrior helmet profile facial appearance, growth and development delays, intellectual disability, and seizures or electroencephalographic (EEG) anomalies.
The first ever World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) is being held in Istanbul under the auspices of the United Nations.
The consultations for WHS Roundtable sessions were based on actionable
This feasibility study focuses on potential program failure rather than theory failure and produces a set of findings that help determine whether the job-specific WHS for hospital physicians can be implemented in practice.
With the acquisition of 67 per cent of WHS, which lists small and medium companies on the NILEX (Nile Stock Exchange), FEP reaffirmed its position as one of the largest private equity firms from the GCC region investing in Egypt -- managing investments worth a total of $1 billion in the country.
The meeting explored the optimal preparations and topics for WHS, which will be held in cooperation with the UK-based Humanitarian Forum (THF) and the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).
Under-16: 1, Jake Dobson (Newcastle Phoenix); 2, Matthew Lynn (Hetton Hawks); 3, Aidan Bowler (Stockton Whs); 4 Megan Hopper (Cleve Whs); 5, Daniel Field (Stockton Whs).
The new cricket clubhouse for the FNB WHS Old Boys Cricket Club (WHSOBCC) and the FNB WHS Stadium was officially inaugurated recently.