1-abc.net FTP Organizer 1.00
Basic and straight-forward look
The main interface of the application is a small, non-resizable window, featuring two panels corresponding to the local directory (on the left) and the remote folder (on the right).
At the same time, on the lower part of the screen, you have the 'Transfer Files' button through which you can download or upload documents.
Select the files you want to move and press the appropriate button to complete the action
1-abc.net FTP Organizer is very simple to understand and work with, the connection settings being reduced to a minimum, so you only need to input your FTP server address, your username and password, as well as an optional folder name on the server.
These details can be entered by pressing on the 'Browse' button in the 'FTP Folder' panel, after which you can 'Check FTP Connection' or click on 'OK' to establish the connection. 1-abc.net FTP Organizer will remember the input information from one session to the other, but you can only work with one server at a time.
In order to move a file from one location to the other, you will first need to select the targeted items, then press the 'Transfer Files' button, as this is the only means by which you can upload or download files (double-clicking them will just open the files using your default software). Optionally, you can create a new folder on your computer or on the FTP account, to which you can then upload data.
However, 1-abc.net FTP Organizer features a relatively limited amount of actions and editing operations for you to perform, functioning as a quick FTP uploader / downloader, but lacking any complex functions.
Simple FTP client
To summarize, 1-abc.net FTP Organizer is a handy albeit restrictive utility which enables you to swiftly transfer data between your local folders and a FTP server, saving you time and effort in the process.
Reviewed by Marina Dan, last updated on March 10th, 2014
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Application description1-abc.net FTP Organizer is a simple program that you can use to send your files that are saved locally on your compute...