Applied as FTP software alternatives, web–based file management tools have always been slow and poor in features. Nevertheless, with the File Manager integrated in the Mapioid Hosting Hosting Control Panel, you won’t just employ a fast, responsive and time and effort saving file managing software, but also an application that will make an external FTP program unnecessary. Have a look at a few of the options that we have integrated into our File Manager.
Drag–and–drop file uploads
Publish data files without trouble
Transferring data files between your desktop machine and any of your web pages is now simple and fast, thanks to the drag & drop option available from the File Manager. You could pull data files from your desktop computer or notebook and drop them in the Hosting Control Panel over a secure SSL communication. That’s all. It requires seconds to upload a file and a little bit longer for the bigger data files and directories.
You do not have to put in any third party application or web browser plugins. The drag–and–drop capability included in the File Manager performs equally well on all popular operating systems.
Right–click context menus
Control your files with merely a click
Most File Managers include all the activities that you can conduct with a file or folder at the top of the page. We believe that the latter isn’t intuitive enough. Thanks to the File Manager, you can access all file control choices at the time you right–click a file or folder. This option is also applicable for a lot of files/folders.
It’s possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete just about any file or directory you decide on with simply a click of the mouse.
Archive or extract archive files within seconds
In contrast to most file management interfaces and FTP clients, the Mapioid Hosting Hosting Control Panel offers a way to archive/unarchive files considerably faster. It is easy to use. To get a directory shrunk to a lightweight size, all you need to do is pick it and then click the Compress button. To open up the items in an archived folder within your account, pick it and then click the Extract button. The File Manager uses a wide range of file extensions, like .ZIP, .RAR and .TAR.GZ.