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CoffeeCup Free FTP 4.5

Free FTP is a fast, reliable, easy-to-use and of course free FTP client.

The program supports a wide range of standards: FTP; SFTP; FTPS over TSL/SSL, SSL or TLS; HTTP and HTTPS. It remembers your server and logon details, so in future you're able to connect with a click. And then you can upload or download files by simply dragging and dropping them from your computer or server.

It's all very quick and easy to use, then, but if you need even more speed then Free FTP's bookmarks feature can help. You're able to save pairs of local and remote servers, for instance, then call them up in a couple of clicks, no more tedious manual browsing (with the inevitable delay as each folder list refreshes) required.

And there are plenty of other time-saving features, wherever you look.

At the top of the Free FTP remote window, for instance, you'll see the path of the folder you're currently viewing. Just like any other FTP client, right? But this isn't a static label, it's a list that contains all the other folders you've visited in the current session. So if you want to revisit a particular location, just select it from the list and you'll jump right there.

And if you want to archive your site, then it's exceptionally easy. Simply choose the files and folders to preserve, click the Archive button, and Free FTP will collect the necessary files, download them, zip them up and save them in the location of your choice: very convenient.

Platforms: Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
Version: 4.3.2
Licence: Freeware
Manufacturer: CoffeeCup Software
Date Added: {ts '2012-01-19 11:12:00'}


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