A File Manager software tool is present in all hosting Control Panels. As the name suggests, it's used to manage the files inside an account and all File Managers support a number of basic features - browsing, moving, copying and deleting files. Several Control Panels may offer more complex functions too - changing file and folder permissions or creating and unpacking archives. Despite the fact that files can be uploaded and downloaded via an FTP client, the File Manager is employed way more often, so the easier to use it is, the easier it'll be for you to handle your presence online as a whole. The opposite is also true - a File Manager that's tough to use may make it more aggravating and hard for you to handle your site content, specifically if you don't have previous experience.
File Manager in Hosting
The feature-rich File Manager which comes with our hosting
packages shall make controlling your content as basic as controlling files on your PC or notebook. You shall be able to drag-and-drop folders and files not only within the account, but also directly from your personal computer, so you will no longer require an FTP client to upload data. In addition, the folder structure shall be kept, so files from different folders will not get mixed. You may also use right-click context menus and access a variety of features. You'll be able to set up and extract archives, to set up password-protected areas plus much more. If you would like to edit files, you may do that using several different editors - a plain text editor, a code editor and a WYSIWYG editor, so you may select the one that you need and feel most at ease working with.
File Manager in Semi-dedicated Servers
Our advanced, though easy-to-work with File Manager will give you full control over your content and you won't have any issues handling the files and folders that you create or upload to your semi-dedicated server account, even when you have never used an Internet hosting service before. The options it is supplying are no more than a couple of mouse clicks away, even the more complex ones including setting up a password-protected folder, setting up or unpacking an archive, changing UNIX permissions or opening a file inside a plain text or an HTML editor. Using right-click context menus, you'll feel like you’re working on your home computer system. Also, the File Manager supports dragging-and-dropping of files and whole folders - both within the account and from your laptop or computer. With the latter option, you could upload content directly, which eradicates the need for an FTP client.