Windows Home Server is a new kind of server for the home. I have used it extensively, and I believe Microsoft may have a hit with this very cool idea. Many vendors are also catching on and creating software that is compatible.

I love Windows Home Server. If you haven’t seen any of my previous posts, they are:

You can even buy a book for your children and wife explaining to them why you need a Windows Home Server in your home.

In this post, I will show you how to install Diskeeper 2008 Home Server Edition and add it to the Windows Home Server console.

Let’s start by installing Diskeeper 2008 as shown in Figure A and Figure B.

Figure A. Installing Diskeeper 2008.

Figure B. Welcome Screen.

Next, log in to the Windows Home Server console and choose settings (Figure C).

Figure C

Click on Add-ins and choose the Available tab. Choose Install to install Diskeeper 2008 into the Windows Home Server Console (Figure D) and (Figure E).

Figure D

Figure E

Once the console closes, reconnect and you will see the Diskeeper icon, as shown in Figure F and Figure G.

Figure F

Figure G

You can now enjoy all the benefits of Diskeeper 2008 on your Windows Home Server.