Synology Finder is a helpful tool that allows users to easily locate their Synology NAS (Network Attached Storage) on the network. With Synology Finder, you can quickly find your NAS device and access its settings, files, and services.
How to Use Synology Finder
To find your Synology NAS using Synology Finder, follow these steps:
1. Download and Install Synology Finder
Visit the official Synology website and download Synology Finder for your operating system. Once downloaded, run the installer and follow the on-screen instructions to install the tool on your computer.
2. Launch Synology Finder
After installation, launch Synology Finder by double-clicking its icon on your desktop or finding it in your applications folder.
3. Discover Local Synology NAS Devices
Synology Finder will automatically start scanning your local network for any Synology NAS devices connected to it. This process may take a few moments.
4. View Discovered NAS Devices
Once the scanning process is complete, Synology Finder will display a list of all discovered NAS devices on your network. The list will include the device name, IP address, and other relevant information about each NAS.
5. Access Your Synology NAS
To access your Synology NAS, simply select the device from the list in Synology Finder and click on the "Connect" button. This will open the device's web interface in your default browser, allowing you to log in and manage your NAS.
Synology Finder is a convenient tool that simplifies the process of locating and accessing your Synology NAS on the network. By following the steps outlined above, you can easily find and manage your NAS device using this tool.