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Thecus® Releases the Next Generation of ThecusOS 7.0

June 2017 by Marc Jacob

Thecus® Technology Corp has released a major update to ThecusOS 7.0, it brings forth a fresh new visual operational experience, greater flexibility with Scale-Out, with accelerated performance to Thecus’ extensive NAS portfolio. This latest iteration is now live and available for free update for existing Thecus NAS currently running on ThecusOS 7.0.

Running on new software framework, increased webpage rendering allows for faster operational speeds. There will be noticeable improvement with NAS models that operate with older processors.

Strengthened and Solidified

This latest iteration of ThecusOS 7.0 builds upon the strength of previous versions, now being fully evolved into a multi-functional, fully stable and intelligent OS.

Professional and Entrancing New Interface

Users now have the choice of settings in relation to the appearance of Thecus OS7’s user interface. In this latest version, a new item called “Preference Settings” has been introduced. This can be found under the “General Settings” dropdown menu tree list. This new item provides access to a modern interface with new theme support, with spectacular backgrounds, icons and fonts.

By selecting “Preference Settings”, users are given access to multiple choices concerning the UI’s visual display. Choose from “Classic” or “Dark”, preference for “Desktop color” as well as the background image. For the UI background image, users can select from system default list or upload an image Experience a smoother, more intuitive and visually pleasing browsing experience.

Greater Flexibility with Scale-Out

ThecusOS7 now allows the Scale-Out function to be executed with only a single unit, optimal for businesses that are on a tight budget, but predict that they will seek larger capacity in the future.




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