FTP Integrated to you System

StickyFolders -ftp

Here is how works; after installing StickyFolders, you have just got an Internet address (an ‘URL’) of a web- (or ftp-, or news-) server that holds files of your interest, – it could be text documents, software programs, pictures, music or video tracks, could be zip or rar archives containing any of the above, anything really, and you want to access (and use) those files as soon as possible. For that, all you you have to do is to create a new mounting point in SF, – a folder on the local hard disk that has a live connection with the remote source and that will be used to mirror and subsequently download contents of those remote files. In the program’s Sticky Options dialogue, you enter that Internet address as a new mounting point source, along with a local folder on your hard disk (and, optionally, a dedicated virtual drive letter), that you want that remote Internet address to be mapped to (which becomes a mounting point destination). As soon as you click on the OK button after having done that, the specified folder or a drive letter appears in the File Explorer, empty so far and ready to be browsed.

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