Defragmentation, also known as “defrag” or “defragging”, is the process of reorganizing the data stored on your Synology NAS hard drive so that related pieces of data are put back together, all lined up in a continuous fashion. You could say that defragmentation is like cleaning house for your NAS – it picks up all … Read more Synology: Speed up Your NAS by Defragging Your Hard Drives
Did you know DSM 7.0 will support the TLS 1.3 feature? This is great news and here is why. TLS 1.3 was released in 2018, and now, encrypted connections are more secure and faster than ever thanks to it. If you host a website from home on your Synology NAS with DSM 7.0 and you … Read more Synology: TLS 1.2 vs TLS 1.3
Are you thinking of buying the latest LG 4K TV, but worried because its webOS operating system does not allow you to install the Synology app called DS Video? As you well know, LG’s operating system “webOS” has a separate store for its applications , but “official” Synology applications are not available on it at … Read more Synology: Can I Use DS Video On My webOS LG TV?
Reverse proxy can hide the existence and characteristics of origin servers. Reverse proxy can transform HTTPS requests into HTTP requests and more. According to Wikipedia.org: In computer networks, a reverse proxy is a type of proxy server that retrieves resources on behalf of a client from one or more servers. These resources are then returned … Read more Synology: How to Use Reverse Proxy
One of the disadvantages of Synology is undoubtedly having “excellent” applications, but which have a lot of dependencies on other applications. In short, what bothers me the most when I install a package is that of having to install other 4 or 5 more packages to make that first one work. But what if I … Read more Synology Packages: Why So Many Dependencies?