Used as FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client alternatives, web file management tools have always been sluggish and poor in features. Nevertheless, when using the File Manager built in the UserKaluwasha Hosting Online Control Panel, you will not only have a quick, responsive and easy–to–work–with file supervision client, but also a software instrument that will make a 3rd party FTP application unneeded. Take a look at several of the characteristics that we have built into our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file uploads
The least difficult approach to publish data files
Adding files with an FTP client is an out–of–date and quite an unsafe way of moving files from your desktop computer or laptop to a web hosting server. This is why, we have integrated drag’n’drop data file publish support in the File Manager. Just pull the data files that you want to upload from your desktop into your browser and they will begin to upload in your web hosting account over a secure SSL communication.
There is no need to install any extra software package, web browser plug–ins or apps. The drag & drop function performs just as well on Windows, Linux and Mac.
Right–click context menus
Virtually all file administration possibilities readily available
We’ve given our best to make the File Manager as user–friendly as possible, so you’ll be able to make adjustments to your files. Aside from the normal control bar towards the top of the webpage, we have now also added right–click contextual menus with the basic file administration possibilities. Just click on a file or folder and pick the activity that you’d like through the list which will pop–up.
You can actually rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or directory you decide on with just a click of the mouse. Should you click a directory, also you can generate a brand new directory or file inside it.
The right–click choices are also available when you select numerous files or folders at once.
Make use of large files effectively
On account of the built–in archive/unarchive option, the File Manager will allow you to make use of large files never having to use FTP. You’re able to reduce the size of a directory into a lightweight size by clicking on the Compress button or get the contents of an archived folder by using the Extract button. When compressing a folder or a bunch of files, it’s possible to choose the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) and then the name of the archive file.