Description: With the help of StickyFolders, the most advanced networking tool of the kind on the market, you can seamlessly integrate your frequently-used Internet-based remote sources of data into your desktop's filesystem. Map web-sites, ftp servers and Usenet news-groups into a drive letter of your choice or a folder on your local hard disk and get an instant access to files residing on them, without a download step, - just like you do it with your regular files under File Explorer. Say goodbye to the download progress bar! (And yes, that also includes support for streaming playback of video and audio clips from any of those remote sources, even from news servers, with built-in random positioning support, - all without using of expensive streaming solutions). Double-click, drag-n-drop, copy-paste those remote files at your will, as well as retrieve media attributes and properties from them without much of delay. You also will be able to look inside (and retrieve single files from) zip and rar archives located on such servers. Traditional file downloads/uploads and automatic site-to-folder synchronisation operations are supported too, - all implemented in a very innovative and user-friendly fashion.