After more than 5 hours the Full Test just completed. It passed the test!
Thank you for the info on WD software. I’ll happily go without them. I did map a share of MyCloud as a drive on my computer. I found it slowed down boot-up of my computer. So, I removed it later, since I can still easily access it when needed without it being a mapped drive. Moreover, I don’t need it as a mapped drive when running robocopy .cmd scripts to back up my data.
All looks well, except from the Win 10 laptop. It does not show up MyCloud automatically when I click Network, as the other computers (2 desktops running Win 7 & another laptop running Vista) do. It shows up other computers on the wifi network if they are on. However, if I manually key in \WDMYCLOUD in the address bar of Win Explorer it does get connected.
What do I do so that \WDMYCLOUD automatically shows up as well on this Win 10 laptop when I click Network? I need to add that WDMyCloud does show up under Media Devices & Storage categories, but not under Computer whereas it appears in all 3 categories on the other 3 computers.
P/S: I had indeed downloaded the User Manual 4779-705103.pdf. At first I thought it was the same as the one I had earlier since it bears the same document name. Then I noticed on the very first page that it is for MyCloud with firmware v4. Wonder why WD could not give it a different name to differentiate it from the old one !