Applied as FTP software alternatives, web file managers have always been slow and poor in features. Still, when using the File Manager featured in the semens Web Hosting Control Panel, you won’t only have a speedy, responsive and user–friendly file management software, but also an instrument that will make a third–party FTP program unnecessary. Have a look at several of the features that we have included in our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file upload options
Transmit files to your websites with ease
The File Manager in your Web Hosting Control Panel includes a fast, drag–and–drop functionality that will let you transfer files between your PC and your web hosting account with no need to work with an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client. You can easily pull data files from your personal computer and drop them in your Web Hosting Control Panel with a mouse–click using a risk–free SSL connection.
The drag’n’drop feature is included in the Web Hosting Control Panel, so that you don’t have to deploy any third party software pack to take full advantage of it. It will also work on all major Operating Systems, so all you need to do to use it is sign in to your File Manager.
Right–click context menus
View each of the available file control possibilities with only a click of the mouse
On account of the right–click menus we have included in the File Manager, you will be able to edit your files easier than ever. Simply click on a file or folder and from the panel that will pop up, find the activity that you would like. It is possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any selected file. Should you click on a folder, you can also see the option to generate a completely new sub–folder or file inside it.
When you select many different files or folders, you’ll be able to use identical procedures to all of them at the same time.
Manage large files incredibly easily
On account of the built–in archive/unarchive solution, the File Manager will let you handle substantial files with no need to use FTP. It’s possible to pack a folder into a compact size by simply clicking on the Compress button or access the belongings in an archived folder by using the Extract button. Whenever compressing a folder or a collection of files, you are able to select the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) along with the title of the archive file.