Merry Christmas! It’s the most wonderful time of the year, don’t you think? With so many heartfelt traditions, today’s sweetest moments look slightly different for all of us, but sweet they are indeed: dreaming of snow, drinking eggnog, opening the gifts under the tree, volunteering at the local soup kitchen. No matter the tradition, one … Read more 5 Magical Synology Wallpapers For Christmas
It’s that night of the year when goblins, ghouls, witches, monsters, vampires and ghosts are free to roam the earth. That’s right – it’s All Hallow’s Eve, more commonly known as Halloween. This celebration has plenty of influences. However, it’s said that its earliest roots came from Celtic-speaking countries with pagan origins. Since Halloween is … Read more 5 Scary Synology Wallpapers For Halloween
Sometimes you have to change a faulty SSD/HDD disk on our Synology NAS. If you have set up RAID 1 or 5, what you will read below should help you. If you use your NAS as a web server or for hosting websites (like I do with mariushosting.com), you’ll find it very useful to know … Read more Synology: How to Switch Drive Indicator Status Light
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 more Synology: How Can I Create a Shared Link?
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 more Synology: Should I Use Memory Compression?