A little over 50 percent of the infected systems run Windows XP, 17 percent run Windows Home Server, 9 percent run Windows Server 2003 and 7 percent run Windows 7.
What does WHS stand for?
WHS stands for Windows Home Server (Microsoft)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 213 other meanings of WHS in our Acronym Attic
- Willi Hennig Society
- William Howard School (UK)
- Willyama High School (Broken Hill, NSW, Australia)
- Wilson Hall School (Sumter, SC)
- Wilson High School (New York)
- Wilson Historical Society (New York)
- Wilsonville High School
- Wilton High School (CT, USA)
- Winchester High School (Winchester, MA)
- Windham High School (Ohio, USA)
- Windsor High School (Windsor, Connecticut and Colorado)
- Winfield High School (West Virginia)
- Winnacunnet High School (Hampton, New Hampshire, USA)
- Winnetonka High School (Kansas City, MO)
- Wisconsin Historical Society
- Wissahickon High School (Pennsylvania)
- Woburn High School (Woburn, MA, USA)
- Wolcott High School (Wolcott, CT)
- Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome
- Wolfson High School
Samples in periodicals archive:
CloudBerry Backup is also available as a Windows Home Server 2011 (http://www.
Edney is a Microsoft MVP for Windows Home Server products.
Windows Home Server offers automatic backup, system restore, and enhanced data protection, remote access, centralized storage and sharing of files, the ability to increase storage capacity and more.
lt;p>Microsoft has been selling a version of its Windows operating system specially crafted for home servers since 2007; it's working on a Windows 7-compatible edition of Windows Home Server, but has delayed the release of that upgrade, citing the need for additional testing .
Microsoft offers a software platform called Windows Home Server.
Based on the MS Windows Home Server platform, the HP MediaSmart Server ex485/ex487 is a central repository for automatically backing up and accessing digital music, videos, photos and documents from multiple computers on a home network.
Now the idea is to sell people at least four, chosen from a desktop, a portable, a subnotebook, a mobile phone, a Windows Home Server (if that's possible), an MP3 player and a games console.