Did you know File Station has a feature called “Shared Link”? File Station can automatically issue URLs to access specific files and folders, and send files to people outside your LAN. When the recipient accesses the URL, the download screen appears for a single file, while the File Station screen appears for a folder. The … Read moreSynology: How Can I Create a Shared Link?
What is Chromebook? Chromebook is a laptop, desktop or tablet running the Linux-based Chrome OS as its operating system. The devices are primarily used to perform a variety of tasks using the Google Chrome browser, with most applications and data residing in the cloud rather than on the machine itself. All Chromebooks released since late … Read moreChromebook Accessing Files on Synology NAS on Local Network (Solved)
Some Mac users want to connect their Synology directly to their servers. So the question is: can you connect your iMac to Synology NAS via Ethernet cable directly without plugging it into the router? Yes, you can. If you enable the DHCP server on Synology NAS, your Mac will get an IP automatically, and you … Read moreCan I Connect My iMac to My Synology NAS via Ethernet Cable Directly?
When I first bought my Synology NAS DS718+, I never expected to “overtake” Google using the “PageSpeed Insights” tool. This is proof that a home NAS is capable of competing even with the most modern hosting services in terms of speed and reliability. Obviously, these results don’t mean much because I don’t have servers all … Read morePageSpeed Insights Says: Mariushosting Faster Than Google
Did you know that Synology advises us to activate an option called “Memory Compression“? According to their official guide: You can enable Memory Compression to improve general system responsiveness under load by compressing the least recently used data in memory. When you have multiple applications running and the memory begins to fill up, the dynamic … Read moreSynology: Should I Use Memory Compression?