We offer you a drag’n’drop File Manager, offering a list of user–friendly applications like an inbuilt graphic viewer and a variety of file writers. You can easily make rapid uploads, archive/unarchive data files, modify permissions and much more. The instruments are well–organized and easy to get through with large action buttons and right–click context navigation. Check out the diverse apps and functions integrated in the Patriot Internet File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file upload options
Transfer data files to your web pages with no trouble
The File Manager in your Web Hosting Control Panel includes a fast, drag’n’drop function that will let you transfer data files between your PC and your web hosting profile without needing to apply an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) tool. You could pull data files from your computer and drop them in your Web Hosting Control Panel with a click of the mouse by using a risk–free SSL connection.
The drag & drop characteristic is built–into the Web Hosting Control Panel, so you don’t have to install any third party computer software to apply it. It also works well on all leading Operating Systems, so all you should do to employ it is log into your File Manager.
Right–click context menus
Find each of the easily accessible file management possibilities with just a click of the mouse
Because of the right–click menus we’ve added to the File Manager, it is possible to modify all of your files in a time and effort saving manner. Just click on a file or folder and from the panel which will show up, decide on the activity that you want. You’ll be able to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any selected file. Should you click on a folder, you can also see the solution to generate a brand new sub–folder or file inside it.
When you select different files or folders, you will be able to apply the exact same measures to all of them simultaneously.
Handle big files efficiently
Due to the in–built archive/unarchive solution, the File Manager will let you work with large files without the need to use FTP. It’s easy to pack a folder into a small size by simply clicking on the Compress button or get the contents of an archived directory using the Extract button. When compressing a folder or a bunch of files, you’ll be able to select the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) and then the title of one’s archive file.