File Explorer comes pre-installed with ADM and can be used to browse and manage the files on your NAS. It is able to display all directories and files found on your storage volumes. No matter if the task is uploading, downloading, moving, copying, compressing, decompressing or ISO file mounting, all of these tasks and more can be done from within File Explorer.
File Explorer is also able to facilitate file sharing over the Web. An internet connection and a Web browser are all you need. Users on the NAS simply need to open ADM in their favorite Web browser to begin sharing, uploading and downloading files with File Explorer.
Share Links lets you instantly create download links for files that you want to share, allowing you to share files with people who don't have accounts on the NAS. Expiry dates can also be set for each Share Link that you create, allowing for safe and flexible management.When you have multiple files that you wish to share, you can choose to share them via a single Share Link for all the files or via individual Share Links for each individual file.
When your friend or colleague receives a share link, he/she can see the shared files/folders list with just one click and select only the needed files to download. This makes file sharing more intuitive and flexible.
File Explorer's Task Monitor helps you to easily monitor the status of uploads and downloads. Task Monitor also breaks through the 2GB file size upload limit found on most web browsers giving you the freedom to upload much larger files.
After connecting an external optical drive (CD, DVD, Blu-ray) to your NAS via USB, you can use File Explorer to directly access any files that you have backed up to optical media and even transfer files from your optical media to your NAS via drag and drop for future access.
Besides previewing images and audio, now you can intuitively use the preview function to play videos when browsing through multimedia files with ADM File Explorer.Is this convenient, or what?
ADM introduces the ability to browse photos and play music straight from File Explorer. Users can choose to play single or multiple songs.