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Thecus logoThecus has put its new OS up for you to poke at.

If you have been curious about Thecus' new ThecusOS 6 NAS operating system, you can check it out for yourself.

Thecus announced yesterday that the live demo is, well, live.

The company says the main improvements include a revamped UI (screenshot below) and the inclusion of an update checker for firmware and installed modules.

Thecus OS6 main screen

Thecus OS6 main screen

If you want a real live NAS with ThecusOS 6 on it, you'll have to buy one of Thecus' new Intel "Berryville" Atom based models announced back in March.

The demo is waiting for you to come play right now.

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