A File Manager software tool is found in all hosting Control Panels. As the name indicates, it's used to control the files inside an account and all File Managers support a variety of basic capabilities - browsing, moving, copying and deleting files. A few Control Panels could offer more advanced features as well - changing file and folder permissions or creating and unpacking archives. Despite the fact that files may be uploaded and downloaded with an FTP client, the File Manager is employed considerably more often, so the easier to use it is, the easier it shall be for you to manage your presence online in its entirety. The opposite is also true - a File Manager which is tough to use may make it more frustrating and difficult for you to handle your website content, specifically if you don't have previous experience.

File Manager in Shared Web Hosting

Our shared web hosting accounts are handled via the innovative Hepsia CP, that includes a feature-rich File Manager tool. Even if you have not had a web hosting account before, you'll be able to manage your web content easily, simply because the File Manager is very intuitive to use. It requires only a couple of clicks to create, rename or delete a file, while relocating a file or a whole folder is as easy as dragging-and-dropping it to the desirable location. You shall be able to upload content in the very same way - simply pick the files on your computer and drag them to your web browser, then drop them inside the File Manager, that shall do the rest. Handy right-click menus will permit you to pack/unpack archives, to alter file permissions, to set up password-protected areas or to change a file with simple and advanced editors.

File Manager in Semi-dedicated Servers

Our File Manager tool will allow you to do pretty much anything you need. It's a part of the Hepsia CP, which comes with all semi-dedicated server accounts and besides the regular features such as copying, deleting or renaming files, you can use right-click menus in order to access more sophisticated ones. With a couple of mouse clicks, you'll be able to password-protect any folder in the account, to change the UNIX permissions in case a script-based application needs it or to alter the content of any file using WYSIWYG editors, plain text and code. What's more, you'll no longer need an FTP program to upload new content given that you can simply drag-and-drop files and whole folders from your personal computer straight to the File Manager. The tool will do the rest, keeping the folder structure of the content which you upload.