We offer you a drag’n’drop File Manager, offering a group of user–friendly applications like a built in graphic viewer and a variety of file writers. You could make instant uploads, archive/unarchive data files, modify permissions and considerably more. The tools are well–organized and very easy to browse through with huge action control keys and right–click context navigation. Check out the various software tools and features built in the TCEL.com File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file upload options
Transfer files to your web sites with no trouble
The File Manager in your Web Site Control Panel offers a swift, drag’n’drop function that will allow you to transfer data files between your computer and your website hosting account without the need to apply an FTP tool. You can easily drag files from your personal computer and drop them in your Web Site Control Panel with a mouse–click by using a risk–free SSL connection.
The drag & drop characteristic is built–into the Web Site Control Panel, so you don’t need to deploy any third party application to use it. It also works well on all popular Os’s, so all you have to do to employ it is sign in to your File Manager.
Right–click context menus
Check out all of the available file managing options with simply a mouse–click
On account of the right–click menus we’ve put into the File Manager, you are able to revise all of your files in a time and effort saving manner. Simply click on a file or folder and from the panel that will actually pop up, choose the activity you want. You’ll be able to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any selected file. If you click a folder, furthermore, you will see the solution to establish a new sub–folder or file inside.
Whenever you select different files or directories, you will be able to apply identical procedures for all of them concurrently.
Make use of big files efficiently
Due to the inbuilt archive/unarchive solution, the File Manager will allow you to deal with substantial files never having to use FTP. You’re able to pack a folder to a compact size by clicking on the Compress button or gain access to the contents of an archived folder using the Extract button. When compressing a directory or a couple of files, you are able to decide on the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) in addition to the name of the archive file.