FlashFXP 4.2.0.1730

FlashFXP is a powerful and easy to use FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client for Windows. With a familiar Explorer-like interface that even the most novice user can master in minutes. In addition to FTP, FlashFXP provides additional security with SFTP (Secure Shell or SSH), FTPS (Secure Socket Layer (SSL) over FTP) and seamless one time password support. FlashFXP offers many unique features you wont find anywhere else, such as, multi-firewall and proxy support, speed limiting, server file searching, remote editing with automatic (or manual) uploading, automated transfer scheduling with email notifications, priority transfer lists, extensive file transfer rules, user customizable interface, and more.

FlashFXP offers the easiest and fastest way to transfer any file using FTP, providing an exceptionally stable and robust program that you can always count on to get your job done quickly and efficiently.

Download: FlashFXP 4.2.0.1730 | 3.3 MB (Shareware, 30 day trial $29.95 single license)
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I still wonder why there's shareware of these kind of stuff. There's a lot of ftp clients each are pretty good, perhaps better and they are free. Filezilla for example.

MidnightDevil said,
I still wonder why there's shareware of these kind of stuff. There's a lot of ftp clients each are pretty good, perhaps better and they are free. Filezilla for example.

This was always the best program for FXP (FTP to FTP transfer). I never paid for it back when I used it, but it was definitely great.

FlashFXP is great as cost aside this would be my FTP program of choice. but... being that it's not free i tend to use FileZilla lately as about all i really use my FTP client for nowadays is connecting to my moded XBox1's and FileZilla does that fine.

like osm0sis said above... when you used to have access to 'ftp sites' , it was solid. but nowadays it's all about USENET.

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