BitKinex is a handy network client supporting multiple transfer protocols (FTP(S), SFTP, HTTP(S) and WebDAV). In addition to features found in other popular FTP clients BitKinex introduces several unique approaches and solutions.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:17
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
BitKinex FTP Client 3.2.3 BitKinex integrates the functionality of an innovative FTP client, SFTP client and WebDAV client for Windows. In addition to features found in other popular FTP programs BitKinex introduces several unique approaches and solutions.
Description: BitKinex is a handy FTP client designed to respect your primary tasks. With just one click you can minimize the space occupied by the program to one small window showing the status of running requests, and with just a few clicks you can see all the details again. In contrast to other clients BitKinex uses multiple connections not only for file transfers but for browsing remote directories as well. You don't need to wait when you make a mistake and accidentally click on a wrong folder. BitKinex allows you to click on the right one immediately and instantly starts to retrieve the content of the directory you want to see using another connection. The current version supports the FTP(SSL), SFTP and HTTP(SSL)/WebDAV protocols including direct (FXP) and indirect (protocol independent) server-to-server transfers, request scheduling and resumption, properties inheritence, command line interface, file filters, overwrite rules, transparent windows and much more!
System Requirements: 32MB RAM, Pentium compatible CPU
Change Info: Blowfish-Encrypted Data Source Repository, Support for Unicode-Compatible FTP Sites (UTF8), Suport for IPV6 and FTP-Related Commands, Windows/Unix New-Line Convertors, Uppercase/Lowercase Convertors, File/Directory Comparisons, File Name Conversions, ...
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