FTP (File Transfer Protocol) was first used in Unix systems a long time ago to copy and move shared files. With the development of the Internet, FTP became widely used to upload and download online data, especially to post websites on ISP servers. These tasks can now be performed by a special program called FTP clients. FTP Commander Pro
allows users to delete , rename, and copy files as well as to create and delete directories on FTP servers, and work in command line mode. Some of the fine features of this program include: directory synchronization on local and remote access computers (comparing menus to highlight edited or new files), a range of options to monitor command line operations, manual input of FTP commands, etc.
The program lets you upload and download data and to delete one or more files, including whole directories along with subdirectories. The transfer interface window shows what percentage of files has already been uploaded or downloaded. The program can also automatically resume and complete file transfers, which for some reason, have been interrupted. It can also attempt to periodically connect with the FTP server if the pervious link was unsuccessful.
Servers usually break off a connection automatically when the user is inactive for more than a specified period of time. The program includes a command that allows you to "keep connection," which means that retention prompts are periodically generated to maintain the connection. It also contains a passive file transfer mode. Server directories are sometimes hidden from view, which means that the directory modification option will be extremely helpful.
Program configurations allow you to automatically assign file transfer parameters: ascii or binary, depending on file extension, which can easily be expanded. All commands and control operations can be stored using the log file.