This is the other contender for the best FTP Client on the Web. These two are like the Netscape/MS Internet Explorer choice. It is really a matter of which looks best to you. They both tend to be the Standard setters for the rest.
This is the Freeware version of WS-FTP. But it's free status only applies to non-commercial, home or educational institutions usage. If you intend to use it in a commercial setting you must go to http://www.Ipswitch.com and get the Pro Version.
This manual is in .pdf format. That means if you don't already have it you'll need download
Adobe Acrobat (3.9 mg) (4-27-97) (filename ar32e30.exe) to view it.
RFtp is a GUI-based FTP client for Windows® 95 and NT® 4.0. While having the load-time and footprint of an "applet", it retains the features and functionality of a full-sized application! RFtp PRO adds error recovery / restart of interrupted transfers, remote-site maintenance facilities (such as directory/folder creation and renaming of files, folders and "symbolic links"), enhanced navigation tools, greater FTP session monitoring and control capabilities, not to mention operation through a "classical" proxy / firewall.
Really nice little Telnet with GUI mounted UNIX commands and has a gui ftp client as well. A kind of a 2-4-1 deal.
Uploaded by John Jenkins 5-30-97
One of if not the best FTP Client on the Web.
NCftp is a command line *Unix style ftp program. It runs under Win95 only. If you are interested in the *nix (Unix/Linux) OS's, this will give you some "hands-on" experience in ftp in the environment. I have used it for that purpose but it also is a pretty good, fast ftp program also.
This file was uploaded to Incoming by JJenkins