Applied as FTP client alternatives, web file managers have always been slow and poor in capabilities. However, using the File Manager featured in the MyWebHostingServer.com Web Control Panel, you won’t just have a fast, intuitive and easy–to–use file administration interface, but also a software tool that will make a third–party FTP program unneeded. Consider a few of the options that we have built–into our File Manager.
Drag–and–drop file uploads
Upload data files easily
Moving files between your computer and any of your sites is now fast and simple, thanks to the drag–and–drop option provided by the File Manager. You can pull files from your desktop machine or laptop and drop them in the Web Control Panel through a secure SSL connection. That’s it. It takes just a few seconds to publish a data file and a little bit longer for any bigger data files and directories.
There’s no need to put in any third–party software or web browser addons. The drag–and–drop capability built into the File Manager works equally efficiently on all main OS’s.
Right–click context menus
Manage your files with merely a mouse–click
Most File Managers list all the actions that one can execute over a file or directory at the top of the page. We feel that the latter is just not intuitive enough. With the File Manager, you can access all of the file control options any time you right–click a file or folder. This approach is likewise applicable for a number of files/folders.
It’s possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or directory you choose with simply a click of the mouse.
Manage huge files effortlessly
Thanks to the in–built archive/unarchive option, the File Manager will allow you to use large files with no need to use FTP. You are able to pack a folder to a compact size by clicking on the Compress button or get the items in an archived folder through the Extract button. When compressing a folder as well as a couple of files, you can also decide on the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) and the title of one’s archive file.