We often use Ctrl + Plus (+) keys to zoom in a web page if font size is too small to be readable. We also know Windows OS provides the similar function to let user change zoom rate. But we believe there are fewer people use it in a Non-Web browser to change zoom rate. The main reason could be: we do not know hot keys, we can not simply use Ctrl + Plus (+) keys or Ctrl + Minus (-) keys to change zoom rate like in web pages.
When we use FTP or Copy file directly on WD My Cloud NAS, we might find the speed is slower than we expected. We do not know how the speed is on newer My Cloud products, but our case is My Cloud EX2 Ultra NAS, we have the same “issue” on the file copying ( note: we mentioned the file uploading mainly) speed.
Sometimes we forget our home WiFi password. We can find it back from our computer as long as it has already connected to your home network.
(Updated on 2018 May 10: The refurbished TM-AC1900 router which was introduced in this article is NO MORE a good deal because of this reason. We will keep an eye on it if there are newer solutions in the future.)
Some Asus AC routers are more expensive in Canada compared with in USA even when it is on sale. For example, Asus RT-AC68U, which gains a good reputation due to its performance and quality. It’s discount price could be still around $170 CAD while the regular price is around $240 CAD (2018 Jan) in Canada. But in USA, Asus RT-AC68U’s on sale price could be lower to $99 USD while the regular price would be up to $160 USD.
Normally if we combined our My Cloud device with MyCloud.com online account, we can using MyCloud.com website account to access to local MyCloud devices. However, in our local network area, we have multiple users to access the My Cloud devices, some of them do not have an MyCloud.com account (they are only arranged local device accounts), so how can they do?
Do you use NAS (Network Attached Storage)? We often see a NAS system in a company, but more and more NAS are used in a home currently. NAS is a kind of digital files storage so its main function is file backup, but also a NAS provides other functions such as media server, download, file sharing… etc..
After you upgrade Windows system, like upgrading to Windows 10, the old Windows system files are still existing on your computer and occupy the hard drive space around 25 GB or more (Windows 8.1 size).
We normally have a larger size HDD in our computer such as 1TB, 2TB, 4TB or more, but due to expensive price, we can only buy a smaller size SSD such as 250 GB, 500 GB or 1 TB.
We all have different Windows 10 disk space sizes due to our installed different programs. If we want to reduce the occupied disk space, we also have different ways such as cleaning disk, uninstalling features and programs.