currently I’m using ws ftp free edition,it can only transfer one file at a time.today I transfer a file,ws ftp disconnected when 50% is completed.I want a sofware can transfer multiple files at the same time,and it can continue transfer the rest when I restart the software
Don’t get me wrong, CuteFTP and SmartFTP are great (actually probably the best) FTP clients out but I think their downfall is that they aren’t freeware. It would be great if they were free and available for everyone but instead there is a trial period which really hinder’s their popularity I think.
Oh and there is nothing wrong with the regular ol’ browser FTP either I think.
I used to be SmartFTP fan, but now I prefer FileZilla.
Have been using CuteFTP Professional since 2008 and have not had issues with it’s use, I’d recommend this as a good FTP program, though, if you are seeking something slightly cheaper or free then Filezilla is a good alternative
I’m using filezilla to… It’s good for a free software… You also can try cuteftp…
I would vote for CuteFTP. Used it for years. It has a very good editor to edit files on the server. Very good interface.
Filezilla seems to get the best review, I actually might try it out tonight.
I was a big Filezilla advocate until I recently found transmit for mac. The latter is $34 (give or take a few) but the speed is so much faster than FileZilla that I thought something was wrong when I first started with it.
I prefer to CutefTP,but if you want to exchange data from one site to another,you can also consider of Flashfxp.
Filezilla is what I use. For those using both Windows and Linux it’s good that they can use the same program.
[FONT=“Georgia”]Filezilla is awesome!
Especially if you have multiple sites and make use of its Site Manager feature.
I’ve used CutefTP for years
We’ve been using CuteFTP for years and love it.
We’re using Filezilla… It’s great
I am using a Macbook Pro that has OS X and I use FileZilla without issue. I have been using it for the past 10 months and it is fairly basic as an FTP. The GUI isn’t as pretty but it handles the job just fine.
I too use FileZilla … It’s superb…
I have used Bitvise Tunnelier for a long time, it’s very reliable, FREE and has a better interface than FileZilla.
Another vote here for Transmit if you are on a Mac. Quite awesome, and a very beautiful, intuitive interface.
I suppose they are 2 bet ones.
some large files take me 2 hours or more to upload them.I want faster speed
That is most likely an issue you need to discuss with your ISP, rather than something that can be solved with a switch to a different FTP software. Upload speed tends to be quite a bit lower than download speed at most ISPs. It’s just the way things are.