FTP software


FTP Surfer – added 5/29/2004

FTP Surfer is a FTP client for Windows featuring: Internet Explorer style user-interface, URL address bar supporting FTP and HTTP (web) downloads,Multiple server connections, and more.


Auto Ftp – added 11/27/2005

Auto Ftp is the new big brother of the original Auto Ftp. It can perform multiple ftp sessions simultaneously (fully multi-threaded). You can choose between straight file copy or synchronisation in either direction (local to remote or remote to local). Sessions can be started manually, timed, change triggered or daisy chained. Multiple sessions can be started from the command line making it a great batch file tool. Now you can have as many upload or download ftp sessions as you like configured and ready to go with one click.


Blade FTP – added 5/22/2004

Blade FTP is a FTP client with some new and useful features. It allows you browse several FTP site at the same time, you can also create a task and add the files into it, the task can execute automatically, it makes the updating and backuping very easy.


FTP Commander – added 5/18/2004

FTP Commander is simple and easy to use. It offers a no-nonsense nterface consisting of two side-by-side local computer and FTP server panels. FTP Commander also makes it possible to run programs located on local disks, or view documents.


Simple Socket File Transfer – added 5/15/2004

Transfer a file between two computers using the TCP port of your choosing. Partially completed transfers can be resumed, and files are automatically checked with MD5 to ensure they were received error-free.


SendTo FTP – added 3/23/2004

SendTo FTP allows you to upload files from the Windows Explorer right-click menu. It allows you to maintain multiple profiles and quickly send a selected file to the remote FTP server without having to launch your FTP program first.


Burrito – added 3/14/2004

Burrito enables you to read and manage your e-mails with any FTP client by acting as a POP3 / FTP protocol wrapper. Burrito is actually an FTP server that translates FTP commands to POP3 commands and serves your e-mail messages as individual FTP files.

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