Exactly. If you don't plan on using the machine as a server, and you just want a server version because it sounds cool, don't get it. It's not worth it. The server version is there just to make serving easier, and it doesn't include any extra features and neither does it lack any. It's just a matter of how easy it is to access these features.Originally posted by benixau
If it is not for a sever just dont get server.
Yeah but that's what I'm saying. It doesn't lack or have any extra features, but it's just a matter of how to access these features. By having these apps in the server version, it makes it easier to access these features. But, you can always get third-party programs or whatever to do this on the client version.Originally posted by szark
Actually, the server version does come with a few additional tools for serving, such as Quicktime Streaming Server/Broadcaster, a Webmail server, and a WebObjects Deployment server.