PC Magazine reports: "Windows Home Server will get the first upgrade since it was released this past November, in the form of Power Pack 1, which Microsoft showed here at CES 2008. Enhancements include support for PCs running 64-bit Windows Vista x64, a new backup option, and new remote access options. Power consumption will also be improved by Power Pack 1, and support for Japanese and Chinese languages will be added."
If you're a Windows Home Server owner then you might want to download this software when it becomes available. Also for more information and screen shots about the product, you can also check out the Windows Home Server blog.