Best FTP manager

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Tails5
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Post by Tails5 » Mon Oct 29, 2007 9:06 am

The best you'll find, I think is CoreFTP Pro. you can get it at coreftp.com. If you're running windows 98/ME make sure you get the ANSI version, if you're running 2000/XP/Vista, then dont get the ANSI version. Pro version comes with a 30 day free trial, then you have to buy, or you can use Light Edition (LE) forever and not have to pay. the features in the two versions are as follows:
Standard (registered user) licensing features:
  • Fast multiple threaded connection options
  • Download acceleration (Multi-part downloads as of ver 1.2a)
  • File Synchronization
  • Thumbnail image viewing
  • Connect Manager for connecting to high traffic sites
  • Ability to customize screen setup
  • Recursive chmod/timestamp, and other advanced options
  • Splash screen delay removed
  • Unlimited email support and free upgrades
PRO licensing additional features:
  • Zip compression / decompression - zip up your files on the fly before transfer
  • Scheduling of transfers and templates - for web page updating or backup to ftp servers
  • Encryption - decryption of files for extra security
  • IBM Information Exchange (IE) support
  • GXS ICS support (in v2)
  • Templates for common or repetitive tasks
  • Additional utilities including Ping & TraceRoute
  • External program execution (for AV, etc)
  • Email notification of transfer status
  • No splash screen for command line tasks
  • Discounts on future products and free upgrades
  • Top priority support!
Here are the prices:
--> Single User PRO License, email support only ($34.95 US)
--> Single User License, email support only ($24.95 US)


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hxzlan
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Post by hxzlan » Mon Dec 10, 2007 7:19 am

Im use flashfxp !
cute ftp

snuffz
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Post by snuffz » Tue Dec 25, 2007 5:01 pm

i use WinSCP its veery very easy to use i would reccomend it

sa3idy
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Post by sa3idy » Mon Jan 07, 2008 9:41 pm

smartftp
cuteftp
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.deimonic
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Post by .deimonic » Wed Jan 23, 2008 3:06 am

Tails5 wrote:The best you'll find, I think is CoreFTP Pro. you can get it at coreftp.com. If you're running windows 98/ME make sure you get the ANSI version, if you're running 2000/XP/Vista, then dont get the ANSI version. Pro version comes with a 30 day free trial, then you have to buy, or you can use Light Edition (LE) forever and not have to pay. the features in the two versions are as follows:
Standard (registered user) licensing features:
  • Fast multiple threaded connection options
  • Download acceleration (Multi-part downloads as of ver 1.2a)
  • File Synchronization
  • Thumbnail image viewing
  • Connect Manager for connecting to high traffic sites
  • Ability to customize screen setup
  • Recursive chmod/timestamp, and other advanced options
  • Splash screen delay removed
  • Unlimited email support and free upgrades
PRO licensing additional features:
  • Zip compression / decompression - zip up your files on the fly before transfer
  • Scheduling of transfers and templates - for web page updating or backup to ftp servers
  • Encryption - decryption of files for extra security
  • IBM Information Exchange (IE) support
  • GXS ICS support (in v2)
  • Templates for common or repetitive tasks
  • Additional utilities including Ping & TraceRoute
  • External program execution (for AV, etc)
  • Email notification of transfer status
  • No splash screen for command line tasks
  • Discounts on future products and free upgrades
  • Top priority support!
Here are the prices:
--> Single User PRO License, email support only ($34.95 US)
--> Single User License, email support only ($24.95 US)
You sound like a salesman for CoreFTP :D. Very convincing, I think I'll try it out. At the moment I'm using SmartFTP simply because it was the first thing which came up when I googled "ftp manager"

Tcoo
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Post by Tcoo » Fri Jan 25, 2008 2:49 am

I think CuteFTP is tha best but it ant free and it only lags after you trail period of it is about to end

BrandonN
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Post by BrandonN » Fri Jan 25, 2008 4:11 am

I use WinSCP. It's opensource and extremely easy to use. Want something changed to it? You can do it ;D

SnowySage
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Post by SnowySage » Wed Feb 06, 2008 8:40 pm

I am using FileZilla as it is user-friendly, fast and free. You can even use it without installing, just download thier zip file). Great for those who does not like installing to much programs on their system :)

MrAlex
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Post by MrAlex » Thu Feb 07, 2008 6:49 pm

Well,
If you don't want to download any porgrams,
You could always use Net2FTP
Or I think that the cPanel file manager is the best other than that
:D
But seriously the cPanel file manager has so many good things!
You can compress files, edit the source codes, normal edit,
SO many things! :D
GO CPANEL!!!
Wont be back till Sunday!
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Tails5
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Post by Tails5 » Fri Feb 08, 2008 1:30 am

The only problem with net2ftp is that you have to give your account details to a 3rd party, just another security problem. I prefer to download.
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