We give you a drag–and–drop File Manager, which features a group of user–friendly instruments like a built in picture viewer and an array of file editors. You could make speedy uploads, archive/unarchive files, modify permissions and considerably more. The tools are well–organized and very easy to use with huge action buttons and right–click context navigation. Take a look at the diverse tools and functions built in the Mr.Dark Hosting File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file upload options
Move data files to your web sites with no trouble
The File Manager in your Hosting Control Panel includes a quick, drag’n’drop feature that will let you transfer files between your personal computer and your website hosting profile without having to employ an FTP client. You can easily drag data files from your computer and drop them in your Hosting Control Panel with a click of the mouse using a secure SSL connection.
The drag–and–drop functionality is included in the Hosting Control Panel, so you do not need to deploy any third party software pack to make use of it. It also works well on all popular Os’s, so all you have to do to apply it is log into your File Manager.
Right–click context menus
Handle all files with just a mouse–click
Most File Managers include all the actions that you can conduct within a file or folder at the top of the page. We think that the latter is not properly arranged. With the File Manager, you can get all of the file control options when you right–click a file or directory. This approach is also valid for a group of files/folders.
It’s possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete every file or folder you select with a click of the mouse.
Work with huge files effectively
Due to the integrated archive/unarchive solution, the File Manager will allow you to deal with huge files and not having to use FTP. It’s easy to pack a folder to a small size by simply clicking on the Compress button or get the belongings in an archived directory through the Extract button. When compressing a directory as well as a group of files, you will be able to select the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) as well as the name of one’s archive file.