Used as FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client alternatives, web–based file management tools have always been slow and poor in features. Yet, with the File Manager integrated in the HAV Hosting Web Control Panel, you won’t only employ a speedy, responsive and easy–to–use file managing client, but also an application that will make a third party FTP application unnecessary. Take a look at some of the options that we have included in our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file upload options
Transmit files to your websites easily
The File Manager in your Web Control Panel boasts a swift, drag–and–drop functionality that will let you move data files between your personal computer and your website hosting account without needing to employ an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client. You could pull data files from your PC and drop them in your Web Control Panel with a click of the mouse using a secure SSL connection.
The drag–and–drop functionality is included in the Web Control Panel, so you don’t need to mount any third party application to employ it. It also works well on all major Os’s, so all you need to do to make use of it is log into your File Manager.
Right–click context menus
Discover each of the available file control options with just a click
Due to the right–click menus we’ve included with the File Manager, you’ll be able to revise all of your files incredibly easy. Simply click on a file or directory and from the panel which will pop up, opt for the actions that you’d like. It is possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete just about any selected file. Should you click on a folder, you can also see the solution to establish a new sub–folder or file within it.
If you select multiple files or folders, it is easy to apply the exact same procedures to all of them concurrently.
Make use of substantial files efficiently
Because of the internal archive/unarchive option, the File Manager allows you to deal with big files never having to use FTP. It’s easy to reduce the size of a folder to a lightweight size by clicking on the Compress button or gain access to the belongings in an archived directory by using the Extract button. When compressing a directory as well as multiple files, you can also select the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) as well as the name of the archive file.