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QNAP – the maker of business and home use NAS products, have recently upgraded their NAS firmware to QTS 4.2. This is a continuous evolution of user interface with fresh look, new features, enhancements and flat UI design. This is the coolest version of QTS I have ever used with my QNAP NAS.
Revamped interface and refreshing display gives the feeling of greater attention to detail for a superior browsing experience. With a modern flat interface that streamlines loading times, translucent login window, frameless media viewer, and new recycle bin, your NAS experience is smarter, smoother and spectacular.
QTS 4.2 is the smart NAS OS that empowers your business and home life with file sharing, storage, backup, virtualization, multimedia and more.
Login window. Log in your QTS with the elegant, translucent window design.
Frameless mode. View more image details with frameless mode.
Flat design. The new UI design adopts a modern flat appearance to reduce loading times for an enhanced browsing experience.
Recycle bin. Empty or recover files directly from the desktop.
Optimized Storage Management & Backup. Optimized data management, SSD cache acceleration, comprehensive backup solutions and support for vSphere web client plug-in.
QNAP QTS 4.2 provides flexible hybrid approach to virtualization (The upgraded Virtualization Station adopts software-defined networking (SDN) concepts and brings greater benefits for flexible networking, cost efficiency and unlimited potential for wider application scenarios. The new Container Station exclusively integrates LXC and Docker lightweight virtualization technologies, allowing you to operate multiple isolated Linux systems on a QNAP NAS as well as download apps from the built-in Docker Hub Registry. No matter what your virtualization needs are, you can count on QNAP for a complete range of virtualization tasks.)
Source: QNAP – QTS 4.2