is a File Transfer Protocol client.
looks and acts very much like the Windows Explorer, offering a
fun and easy way to transfer files.
Available since 1996, FTP Explorer is the original easy-to-use
"explorer style" FTP Client.
Why do I need an FTP Client?
You can use an FTP client to transfer files to and from your
computer to an FTP server.
Most web servers offer FTP capability, so you can use FTP to
easily transfer your web site files from your computer up to
the web site. It is generally easier, faster, and more
efficient to transfer your files via FTP than other methods.
There are many public FTP servers available from which you can
download files from. FTP Explorer provides a default list of
servers that you can connect to immediately after you install
Will it run
on my computer?
If you are running Windows on your computer, it is likely that
FTP Explorer will run just fine. You should certainly try it
out to make sure it meets your needs.
Because it is a 32-bit program, FTP Explorer will not work
with versions of Windows prior to Windows 95.
Unfortunately FTP Explorer is not currently available for
Macintosh or UNIX computers.
Why should I
choose FTP Explorer?
First developed in 1996, it is the original "explorer-like"
FTP Explorer lets you continue to explore the FTP site while
transfers are active
FTP Explorer will automatically reconnect if your connection
FTP site's structure can be "remembered" between connections
FTP Explorer can resume interrupted downloads where it left
File descriptions are conveniently loaded into the list view
FTP Explorer lets you create shortcuts to FTP sites
Drag and drop support