We give you a drag–and–drop File Manager, featuring a range of handy applications like an inbuilt graphic viewer and an array of file writers. You can make quick uploads, archive/unarchive files, adjust permissions and much more. The instruments are well–organized and simple to get through with huge action control keys and right–click context navigation. Consider the various software instruments and capabilities integrated in the Khalsa Host File Manager.
Drag–and–drop file uploads
Add data files easily
Transferring files between your PC and any of your web sites is now fast and simple, because of the drag & drop option provided by the File Manager. You can pull files from your personal computer and drop them in the Control Panel via secure SSL connection. That’s it. It takes a few seconds to add a data file and a bit longer for any bigger data files and directories.
There’s no need to deploy any third–party software package or browser plug–ins. The drag’n’drop function found in the File Manager performs equally well on all leading OS’s.
Right–click context menus
Virtually all file administration possibilities in front of you
We’ve given our best to make your File Manager as easy–to–use as it can be, so you can come up with alterations for your files. Apart from the traditional command bar at the top of the web page, we have now in addition introduced right–click context menus with all the current general file administration options. Simply click on a file or directory and choose the activity which you want from the selection which will pop up.
You’re able to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or folder you decide using a mouse–click. Should you click on a folder, it is possible to create a brand new folder or file in it.
The right–click choices are also available if you choose multiple files or folders simultaneously.
Deal with big files conveniently
Thanks to the integrated archive/unarchive solution, the File Manager will let you work with substantial files never having to use FTP. You are able to pack a directory to a lightweight size by simply clicking on the Compress button or access the contents of an archived folder by using the Extract button. When compressing a directory as well as a list of files, you’ll be able to decide on the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) along with the title of the archive file.