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  1. #1
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    Best FTP Program?

    Hey guys, I'm currently using Smart FTP. I was wondering how many other people actually use it, or has anyone found anything better?

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    Hi Buddy U have the best FTP Ever And i Use It aswell Im a web Designer And Hoster also a Pc Technician and i recommend it to copmpanies its great osftware thats been getting better ever since it first started
    Mattspchelp.co.uk Helping the pc community

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    yeah, i like it because its so easy to use. good stuff! thanks for your reply

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    I use FileZilla

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    Quote Originally Posted by brendandonhu
    I use FileZilla
    I use it as well when I need to use SFTP/FTP on Windows, the best client in my opinion.

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    I use.. FTP Commander Deluxe,

    Very good FTP client...very good for large uploads..

    FTP Commander Deluxe ftp client possesses built-in fully functional support for Shell Access, FTPS (File Transfer Protocol using SSL), SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) and other protocols, without requiring additional installation or a connection to additional external libraries. Thus, all data traffic is encrypted and no one can intercept your login ID and password.

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    I've been using WS_Ftp for years now, but currently looking for a better free solution.
    Melissa
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    ive been using smart ftp for some years now. i love it to bits, and havent found anything that is close to it. cuteftp was close, but was no where near as easy to use.

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    Slice, Is it super easy to setup? That's one thing I have always liked about the old (95) version of WS_ftp. It has been always easy to setup sites in and allowed me to do commands like chmod too.

    Quote Originally Posted by slice16
    ive been using smart ftp for some years now. i love it to bits, and havent found anything that is close to it. cuteftp was close, but was no where near as easy to use.
    Melissa
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    Quote Originally Posted by altercube
    Slice, Is it super easy to setup? That's one thing I have always liked about the old (95) version of WS_ftp. It has been always easy to setup sites in and allowed me to do commands like chmod too.
    as shotthebreeze said, it is extremly easy to setup and run. simple drag and drop settings, and you can transfer data between different ftp accounts.

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    you install it, type in your ftp addy and password and you're ready. you drag and drop the files and it uploads them

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    Ok, I think I will give it a try and see what I think. Thanks!
    Melissa
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    Tell us how you like it. I'm curious...

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    I did get a chance to download it andit's easy enough to use, and reminders me of the also free client WINSCP.

    Quote Originally Posted by shotthebreeze
    Tell us how you like it. I'm curious...
    Melissa
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    Smile

    Core FTP Lite is free and does everything I need and a bunch more.
    Everyone is entitled to MY opinion.
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