The Thecus N4100PRO allows the user to enable or disable services as needed. This allows for better security as well as faster processing of data when unused services are disabled.
Thecus hardware has a dedicated following of users that design and program applications that are able to run on the operating system. An example is the Bit Torrent client that can be installed on the N4100PRO.
A NAS appliance is not complete without ITunes and other media streaming capabilities. The N4100PRO has you covered. I found this feature very useful for playing music across the network on a Playstation 3.
Enabling File Access Cache helps with reading and writing information to the NAS and the control switch to enable this feature is found in the Advanced Options.
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