Published on 20 September, 2016
|Qsirch Helper allows users to search both their NAS and the Internet at the same time, enhancing the file search scale and range
QNAP Systems, recently announced that Qsirch has been updated with the useful Firefox extension - Qsirch Helper – after Google extension released on March 2016.
According to a new report on April 2016, Firefox has overtaken Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Edge browser on marketshare for the first time with reach of 15.6%, ahead of IE and Edges’ cumulative reach of 15.5%, while Chrome still dominates with over 60% of desktop web traffic globally. Therefore, QNAP updates Qsirch Helper with Firefox extension and encourages its big fans to use.
Enhanced file search experience
Qsirch Helper allows users to search both their NAS and the Internet at the same time, enhancing the file search scale and range. When using Google search engine on Firefox browser, Qsirch Helper will simultaneously search for the same keyword on the NAS and quickly identify files, and conveniently display search results from QNAP NAS alongside those from Google, allowing for an instant and clear review.
“Our research and development team is devoted to optimising full-text search technology and simplifying the file search process on NAS with powerful Qsirch Helper. We updated Qsirch with comprehensive search enhancements, hoping to complete an intelligent searching process just with one-click.” said Cherry Chen, Product Manager of QNAP.
Availability and compatibility
Qsirch 2.2 is available from the QTS App Center. The Qsirch Helper of Firefox extension can be downloaded form from the Chrome web store.
System Requirements: x86-based NAS models require at least 2GB RAM; ARM-based NAS models require at least 4GB RAM. Additional RAM is recommended for optimal performance.
Firmware Requirement: QTS 4.2.0 (or newer).