Applied as FTP software substitutes, web file managers have always been slow and poor in features. Still, using the File Manager included in the Progressive Technology Solutions Web Site Control Panel, you won’t just have a fast, responsive and time and effort saving file administration interface, but also an instrument that will make a third party FTP software unnecessary. Have a look at some of the characteristics that we have built into our File Manager.
Drag–and–drop file uploads
Publish data files without difficulty
Moving data files between your desktop machine and any of your web sites is right now fast and simple, thanks to the drag & drop feature provided by the File Manager. You can pull data files from your PC and drop them in your Web Site Control Panel via secure SSL connection. That’s it. It requires a few seconds to publish a data file and slightly longer for bigger files and directories.
You do not have to mount any third party software or browser plugins. The drag’n’drop functionality found in the File Manager operates equally well on all leading OS’s.
Right–click context menus
Find all of the easily accessible file control options with simply a click
On account of the right–click menus we have put into the File Manager, it’s possible to change your files easier than ever. Simply click on a file or folder and through the panel which will pop up, opt for the activity that you would like. You can rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete just about any selected file. If you click on a folder, you will also view the option to make a new sub–folder or file within it.
Whenever you choose different files or directories, it’s possible to apply the same actions to all of them simultaneously.
Work with substantial files effectively
Due to the built in archive/unarchive solution, the File Manager enables you to manage big files with no need to use FTP. It is simple to pack a folder into a lightweight size by simply clicking on the Compress button or gain access to the contents of an archived folder through the Extract button. When compressing a folder as well as a list of files, you will be able to decide on the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) and then the title of one’s archive file.