The developers who are making programs for Microsoft’s Windows Home Server have reported a total of almost 2400 flaws.
Chris Sullivan who writes a blog about Microsoft’s Home Server said that about 21% of the bugs are still active, i.e. not yet fixed.
The term active bug in this case means that it is either under investigation and no response yet that has been given by Microsoft or it is on queue to being investigated.
Of the bugs that has been reported, 15 percent have been fixed, 13 percent are about issues in server design, 21 percent are not reproducible, 11 percent will not be patched until later versions, and 7 percent will probably not be fixed.
Source: PC World