You read that correct, source control is for toddlers. Not for toddlers to use, but rather to protect us from them. Surely the sole purpose of products such as Subversion, TFS, et. al. was to protect society from these pint sized keyboard loving terrors.
I recently encountered a strange problem on my Vista (Home Premium x64) machine, in which Vista seemingly forgot how to read CDs. I would place a factory printed CD in my DVD-RW drive and Windows reacted as if it was a blank DVD-RW by asking me to supply a volume name.
Microsoft’s latest offering, Hyper-V Server, is a special edition of Windows Server 2008 in Server Core mode whose only available role is Hyper-V. While this itself is nothing to write home about, the kicker is that its free! Microsoft has decided to release Hyper-V Server as a free product, no registration or activation needed.