Hi Can you please post the content of the walkthrough here? The link you posted is to a closed forum, requiring registration, so right now, this looks like link spam. Sounds exciting, but I'd be grateful if you could support our community too! Regards Terry
Thanks so much for taking the time to share your thoughts on the book - I'm really pleased that it's been helpful to you! Would you mind posting the review over on our store pages too? http://store.wegotserved.com/collections/windows/products/building-a-windows-10-home-server Really appreciate it - enjoy your new home server! Best wishes Terry
Have a read through this post and walkthrough video over at RamCity - it includes troubleshooting steps that may be of help. https://www.ramcity.com.au/blog/how-to-install-windows-8.1-on-the-samsung-xp941-ss/138296
We're only really seeing native h.265 support coming through on Intel Braswell and Skylake processors, and they're yet to reach NAS devices. I think you'll need to hold fire until we see NAS chipsets released with native h.265 support. Keep your eye on QNAP as they're most likely to release a top-end NAS - but it'll probably cost more than the business products you mention. A new Braswell/future Skylake NUC may be your best bet.
Hi Andre, There's a good link here to check out on removing core apps: http://www.howtogeek.com/224798/how-to-uninstall-windows-10s-built-in-apps-and-how-to-reinstall-them/ Haven't tried it myself, but HTG is usually reliable. Terry
Personally, I think the Core i5 is the sweet spot for a server that's going to be used for transcoding jobs. The T-class CPUs definitely offer lower TDPs - at the expense of a little performance - but in the real world, I'm not sure how big that cost savings would be. I think the i5-4690S is a great choice.