Used as FTP software alternatives, online file management tools have always been sluggish and poorly featured. Nonetheless, using the File Manager featured in the hostingfreespace Website Control Panel, you won’t only have a fast, responsive and user–friendly file management software, but also an app that will make a 3rd party FTP software unnecessary. Consider several of the options that we have integrated into our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file uploads
The most straightforward way to upload files
Importing data files with an FTP tool is an obsolete and really insecure way for transmitting data files from your personal computer to a hosting server. That’s why, we have included drag–and–drop file publish support in the File Manager. Just drag the data files that you need to upload from your desktop into your browser and they will begin to publish in your web hosting account over a protected SSL communication.
There is no need to deploy any additional software package, browser extensions or web apps. The drag–and–drop capability works just as well on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Right–click context menus
Manage all files with just a click
The majority of File Managers specify all the activities you can execute with a file or folder on the top of the page. We believe this is just not user–friendly enough. Using the File Manager, you have access to all of the file managing options when you right–click a file or folder. This approach is likewise valid for a group of files/folders.
You can rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete every file or folder you choose with merely a mouse–click.
Manage huge files incredibly easily
Due to the integrated archive/unarchive solution, the File Manager allows you to make use of big files without having to use FTP. You’re able to shrink a folder into a small size by simply clicking on the Compress button or get the contents of an archived directory using the Extract button. When compressing a folder or multiple files, you are able to decide on the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) and the title of the archive file.