Free easy to use, yet feature-rich FTP tool with firewall support, multithreaded data transfer, FTP sessions logging, ability to queue FTP commands and many interface enhancements that make uploading files on the Internet as easy as never before.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:22
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Right Web Monitor 3.0.512 Use Right Web Monitor to automatically check specified web resources and notify you when a change occurs. Able to detect changes in web pages, mailboxes, files, FTP files and folders anywhere on the Internet and download the changed files.
Right Web Monitor Pro 2.5.194 Use Right Web Monitor Pro to automatically check specified web resources and notify you when a change occurs. Able to detect changes in web pages, mailboxes, files, FTP files and folders anywhere on the Internet and download the changed files.
Description: RightFTP is a free easy to use, yet feature-laden FTP utility for Windows. The program features firewall support, multithreaded data transfer, ability to change attributes of the remote files and folders, support of passive data transfer and FTP sessions logging. RightFTP has a unique queue-based engine that enables you to issue new FTP commands without having to wait for the server to process the previous ones. The program's Explorer-like interface is extremely user-friendly and provides quick and convenient way to perform the frequent operations: You can drag-and-drop files and folders between your local machine and remote FTP server; The Site Profile Manager saves specific settings for the previously accessed servers and enables you to connect to them with a single mouse click; The Quick Connect feature lets you access any FTP server with just a few mouse clicks. All this makes RightFTP a perfect tool for anybody who needs to upload files on the Internet, both novices and experienced users.
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