Used as FTP (File Transfer Protocol) software alternatives, online file managers have always been sluggish and poorly featured. Nevertheless, when using the File Manager included in the Mujica Web Hosting Website Control Panel, you will not only have a blazingly fast, intuitive and user–friendly file supervision software, but also an instrument that will make a third party FTP application unnecessary. Take a look at a few of the capabilities that we have built into our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file upload options
Move data files to your websites easily
The File Manager in your Website Control Panel offers a quick, drag–and–drop capability that will let you transfer data files between your PC and your hosting profile without having to work with an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) tool. You can drag files from your personal computer and drop them in your Website Control Panel with a mouse–click through a secure SSL connection.
The drag–and–drop feature is included in the Website Control Panel, therefore, you do not need to set up any third party computer software to use it. It will also work on all popular Operating Systems, so all you need to do to make use of it is sign in to your File Manager.
Right–click context menus
Control your files with only a click of the mouse
A large number of File Managers specify all the actions you can execute within a file or directory at the top of the web page. We believe this is not intuitive enough. Thanks to the File Manager, you have access to all of the file control options whenever you right–click a file or directory. This method is likewise valid for many different files/folders.
You can actually rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete every file or directory you choose with simply a click of the mouse.
Handle huge files incredibly easily
Because of the inbuilt archive/unarchive solution, the File Manager allows you to manage big files and not have to use FTP. You’ll be able to pack a folder into a small size by clicking on the Compress button or access the items in an archived directory by using the Extract button. Whenever compressing a directory as well as a number of files, it will be easy to decide on the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) in addition to the name of the archive file.