We provide you with a drag–and–drop File Manager, which features a group of user–friendly instruments like a built–in image viewer and an array of file writers. You can make instant uploads, archive/unarchive files, modify permissions and a lot more. The resources are well–organized and easy to browse through with large action keys and right–click context navigation. Find out more about the diverse instruments and capabilities built–in the Kilbirnie Web Services File Manager.
Drag–and–drop file uploads
Publish data files effortlessly
Transferring files between your personal computer and any of your websites is now simple and fast, thanks to the drag–and–drop feature available from the File Manager. You could pull files from your desktop computer or laptop and drop them in the Online Control Panel via secure SSL connection. That’s it. It will take just a few seconds to publish a file and slightly longer for the bigger data files and folders.
There is no need to install any third–party application or web browser add–ons. The drag’n’drop function contained in the File Manager operates equally well on all main operating systems.
Right–click context menus
Find the whole set of easily accessible file administration possibilities with simply a mouse–click
On account of the right–click menus we have included on the File Manager, you can manage your files easier than ever. Simply click on a file or directory and with the panel which will appear, find the actions you want. You can rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any selected file. Should you click on a folder, you will also view the solution to establish a completely new sub–folder or file inside it.
Whenever you select multiple files or directories, you are able to apply identical procedures to all of them simultaneously.
Make use of massive files effectively
Thanks to the built–in archive/unarchive option, the File Manager will let you deal with large files without the need to use FTP. You can easily reduce the size of a directory to a compact size by clicking on the Compress button or access the items in an archived folder using the Extract button. When compressing a directory or a range of files, you are able to choose the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) in addition to the name of one’s archive file.