All hosting accounts are managed via a CP and whatever the brand of the latter, there's always a File Manager tool, which enables you to look into the files you have uploaded in the website hosting account and to perform basic operations with them, like moving, copying or deleting. Based on the specific tool, there can be more complex features also, such as management of permissions and archives. Some Control Panels are easier to work with compared with others and so are their File Manager sections. As this is the primary tool you'll employ to handle your files, it's critical to check in advance what options it provides and if it will appeal to you, because a hard-to-use File Manager could be a burden and can make managing your presence online harder.

File Manager in Web Hosting

The feature-rich File Manager included with our web hosting packages shall make handling your information as basic as controlling files on your desktop computer or notebook. You shall be able to drag-and-drop folders and files not just inside the account, but also straight from your PC, so you will no longer need an FTP client to upload content. What's more, the folder structure shall be maintained, so files from different folders won't get mixed. You may also use right-click context menus and access various features. You will be able to set up and extract archives, to set up password-protected areas and more. If you want to change files, you may do that using several different editors - a plain text editor, a code editor and a WYSIWYG editor, so you could pick the one that you need and feel most comfy working with.

File Manager in Semi-dedicated Hosting

Our advanced, although easy-to-use File Manager will give you complete control over your content and you will not have any challenges handling the files and folders which you set up or upload to your semi-dedicated server account, even though you may have never used an Internet hosting service before. The options it is providing are just a few mouse clicks away, even the more sophisticated ones such as creating a password-protected folder, setting up or unpacking an archive, changing UNIX permissions or opening a file in a plain text or an HTML editor. Using right-click context menus, you'll feel as if you’re working on your computer. Moreover, the File Manager supports dragging-and-dropping of files and whole folders - both in the account and from your notebook or computer. With the latter alternative, you are able to upload content directly, which removes the need for an FTP client.