[TECH] FTP server for Windows
Carey Fisher - NCS email (remove spam text)
> Anyone like to recommend a (preferably free) FTP server for Windows.
> There are many out there. I'm more interested in ease of ownership
> than features. If I can have both so much the better.
> Being able to read and write files remotely is about the extent of my
> spec. Anything else is icing.
> WAR FTP sounds OK
> One slight detraction is the site's repeated attempts to download
> double-click tracking material not only when you access the page (as
> many sites do) but at ongoing intervals. Spybot deals with that, but
> it's annoying.
> Any favourites, and why?
I really like WS_FTP from Ipswitch. ( http://www.ipswitch.com ).
I use the free version to upload files to our
website and it's super easy to use and flawless.
No spyware or any other malware.
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