And about that Home Networking guide…

I’m still looking for some feedback on the Home Networking Guide. As I said below, my team shipped this tool a little while back. It helps users figure out what’s the best home network (hardware, media types, etc) for their environment, helps with purchasing, and installing the hardware.

I’d love to know what people think about it.

Download it here.

Or use it online here.

Comments (3)

  1. Shahn Hogan says:

    Seems like a very useful tool. The only thing I saw that was missing was a selection for Windows Server 2003 as a OS. Yeah, most people don’t have that running on their machines at home, but I do.

  2. A bit late, but I hope you read this.

    I ran the tool and it chose out all the correct options as far as I can tell.

    The only issue is I am in Australia. Do you know if there are plans to bring those Microsoft wireless base stations to Australia? ($59US is a great price for WirelessB base station! – I just paid $170AU for one last week)

  3. Sean says:


    Thanks for your comments. I don’t know if there are any plans to bring the Wireless Base station to Australia, but I’ll pass your comments on to the team.