We offer you a drag & drop File Manager, offering a number of user–friendly tools like a built–in image viewer and a variety of file editors. You could make speedy uploads, archive/unarchive data files, adjust permissions and a lot more. The software tools are well–organized and easy to use with large action buttons and right–click context menus. Check out the different instruments and capabilities integrated in the 1stHostingZone.com File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file uploads
The least difficult method to add data files
Adding files with an FTP client is an obsolete and really insecure method for switching data files from your PC to a hosting server. This is why, we have included drag’n’drop data file upload support in the File Manager. Simply pull the files that you want to publish from your desktop computer into your web browser and they’ll begin to publish in your hosting account through a secure SSL communication.
There is no need to mount any additional software package, browser add–ons or programs. The drag & drop capability operates equally well on Windows, Linux and Mac.
Right–click context menus
All file management options at your disposal
We have aimed to make the File Manager as user–friendly as possible, so it is easy to create alterations to your files. Apart from the common command bar towards the top of the web page, we have now also included right–click contextual menus with the fundamental file control possibilities. Simply click on a file or directory and choose the activity that you want through the selection that will pop up.
You are able to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or folder you decide on using a mouse–click. If you click on a directory, additionally you can create a brand new directory or file inside it.
The right–click choice is conveniently obtainable if you pick multiple files or folders at once.
Manage big files efficiently
Thanks to the inbuilt archive/unarchive option, the File Manager makes it possible for you to work with large files never having to use FTP. It’s easy to pack a folder into a lightweight size by simply clicking on the Compress button or get the contents of an archived directory through the Extract button. Whenever compressing a directory or a collection of files, you will be able to choose the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) and then the title of the archive file.