Free FTP Client 3.2.18

Free FTP Client with Windows interface.

License:
Free
Price:
0.0 USD
Update:
March 17, 2015
Our Rating:
User Rating:
0 / 5 1 vote
Platform:
Windows
File size:
0.66M Download Now
Category:
Internet > FTP

From FilesGuard

Free FTP Client is a Windows-based File Transfer Protocol (FTP) application that allows you to utilize the capabilities of FTP without having to know all the details of the protocol itself. Free FTP Client simplifies FTP by offering a user-friendly Windows interface instead of a cumbersome command-line utility. Free FTP Client gives novice PC users the ability to upload, download, and edit files on remote FTP servers around the world.

The main screen is used to transfer files to and from remote servers and is divided into three windows: two center windows, and a lower window. The two center windows represent files available on local and remote drives, much like Windows Explorer. Lower(Log) Window displays the commands you send and the server's responses. Free FTP Client logs this information to inform you of completed transactions or assist in troubleshooting.

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