We provide you with a drag’n’drop File Manager, offering a range of user–friendly instruments like an inbuilt graphic viewer and an array of file writers. You could make speedy uploads, archive/unarchive data files, modify permissions and far more. The software tools are well–organized and simple to navigate with big action keys and right–click context menus. Check out the various software tools and features built–in the MKW Industries File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file uploads
The least complicated way to upload files
Publishing files with an FTP client is an obsolete and quite an insecure way of transmitting data files from your PC to a web hosting server. Because of this, we have included drag–and–drop data file upload support in the File Manager. Just drag the data files that you want to upload from your computer into your browser and they’ll begin to publish in your website hosting profile over a safe SSL communication.
There is no need to install any extra computer software, browser plug–ins or applications. The drag & drop feature operates equally well on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Right–click context menus
Manage all files with merely a click of the mouse
Most File Managers list all the actions that one can execute on a file or directory on the top of the web page. We think that the latter is not intuitive enough. With the File Manager, you can access all of the file administration options at the time you right–click a file or directory. This approach is likewise applicable for different files/folders.
You can rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or directory you decide with simply a mouse–click.
Handle enormous files incredibly easily
On account of the integrated archive/unarchive solution, the File Manager makes it possible for you to work with enormous files and not having to use FTP. You are able to shrink a folder into a compact size by simply clicking on the Compress button or get the items in an archived folder through the Extract button. When compressing a directory or a range of files, you can also choose the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) as well as the name of one’s archive file.