25 July, 2014: The My Book World Edition’s default share folder, called “public,” contains three subfolders to share particular types of content including: Shared Music, Shared Videos, and Shared Pictures. When you put appropriate content in each of these folders, the content will be automatically made available to other network devices. The My World Edition is compatible with iTunes and DLNA or UPnP-enabled devices.

The My Book World Edition is the easiest to setup NAS server we’ve reviewed to date. Using its default settings, data can be stored and shared within a minute or two, which will satisfy most home users.

The NAS server comes with five licenses (one for each computer) of WD Backup Anywhere software that worked pretty well, though we found that it really bogged down the computer’s performance when a backup is being made.

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