WD MyCloud Download

WD MyCloud Review

The name of WD MyCloud Download new Network Attached Storage (NAS) unit is an attempt to store new on-line consumer enthusiasm or, in other words, online storage about cloud computing. But instead of storing your files on the internet, WD's MyCloud is a local networked repository for all of your content, so you can access it from your Mac (ideal for those with low-capacity flash drives on our laptops) and from your Mac. 

Free iPad, iPhone using free WD MyCloud applications or Android device. By purchasing such a device, you can legally store all your music, photos, videos and files on the device, so you can access them from any Mac or PC. MyCloud supports only native formats on iOS, Andoid and Windows Phone apps on the device because the mobile landscape is a little more complicated.

So if you don't have a problem playing the .mp3 file, you won't have a problem playing the video file you downloaded. MyCloud is a UPnP and DLNA compatible media device, so it can be accessed from many other devices, such as TV connected to the Internet. However, MyCloud also has its own iTunes Server, so you can easily browse and play iTunes for Mac and PC (though not on iOS devices with no third-party application).


MyCloud, the next step in WD's MyBook Live series, and the backup is also part of the deal - MyCloud is a Time Machine compatible for Mac, a replacement product called SmartWare for Windows. If you prefer, you can also use Windows Backup. MyCloud is available in 2TB, 3TB and 4TB capacities, but we're looking at the entry-level 2TB version. WD certainly offers plenty of space in WD MyCloud Download.

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The pure price is not positively compared to a standard external hard drive due to the large number of extra features offered. However, for example, Apple's £ 249 AirPort Time Capsule is much cheaper. MyCloud is based on Western Digital's WD Red hard drives designed specifically for NAS use and uses a new dual-core processor. It is formatted in NTFS and is compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP3); Mac OS X Mountain Lion, Lion and Snow Leopard.

Because MyCloud is a single NAS solution, there are legal concerns about data security. This is something if you're using the box as a backup for your PC or Mac only. However, if you use it as the main repository for your content, then it must be backed up. WD's response to this is a Secure Point feature on the browser-based configuration screen. This means that you can back up the contents of the NAS to an external hard drive connected via the USB 3.0 port. Essentially you are creating a restore point for your WD MyCloud Download.