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Mountain Duck is a commercial sister product of the free Cyberduck. It is based on Cyberduck’s solid open-source foundation and was released after a long period of close beta test. Mountain Duck supports connecting to any server you want over all major protocols, allows users to mount servers and cloud storage services as local disks in the computer’s Windows Explorer/File Manager/Finder. This way, you can open and edit files remotely from any local program, just as convenient as working with local files.
Continue reading [v4.0] Mountain Duck – Local mapping and management tool for cloud storages
Only after experiencing numerous popular or well-known file hosting scripts (such as: ownCloud, Seafile, BeDrive, YetiShare, XFilesharing, uCloud, CloudShare, etc.), will you deeply sense this fact: compared with these bloated commercial or free online file managing & sharing system, this completely PHP-driven Veno File Manager (VFM for short) from Spain is obviously much simpler, more flexible, easier to use, and more practical.
Continue reading [v3.6.1] Veno File Manager – Simple and flexible PHP file hosting script, no database needed
There are many file sharing programs on the Internet, but it turns out that they are almost the same in many aspects in comparison, and only few of them have some highlights in terms of functionality. Thereinto, BeDrive is one kind of lukewarm solution. Although it comes with a beautiful and clean user interface and powerful functions, that is still not enough to surpass its peers such like Google Drive and Dropbox. In particular, its overlarge file size will make many individuals who are pursuing simplicity and practicality look and step back.
Continue reading [v2.2.1] BeDrive – Create your own multi-user and multi-server file hosting
As the successor of uCloud developed by MFScripts from United Kingdom, YetiShare is more popular and more powerful. Within a certain period of time, it had become the only strong performer, even the synonym of all existing file hosting scripts. With Yetishare, webmasters can build their own professional file hosting website to share files and earn money by advertising and/or selling their file hosting service.
Continue reading [v4.5.5] YetiShare – Powerful file hosting script for a ready-made file hosting website
More and more people like to use cyberspace to store their most frequently used and even the most precious files. If you would like to backup, transfer, or synchronize your important files or valuable data on multiple cloud servers, in the traditional way, you have to do like this:
- Login a cloud service using your username and password
- Download the files you want to local drive
- Login and upload them to other cloud services one after another
Continue reading [v2.9] Air Explorer – Direct access all your cloud servers within one program
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ExpanDrive is a powerful and practical cross-platform cloud drive mapping tool that can mount a variety of cloud disks as network drive that works like a local disk. It supports Amazon S3, Dropbox, Google Drive, Google Team Drives, Amazon Drive, Box, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Sharepoint, Openstack Swift and other internationally-known cloud drive services. In addition, for webmasters or administrators, it also supports mounting your own servers as local disks via SFTP (SSH), FTP, WebDAV for easy and efficient use.
Continue reading [v7.5] ExpanDrive – Fast and reliable network drives local mapper
In some cases, you may need to frequently access and use files and folders stored on other PCs, servers or network storage devices. Thus, we might as well consider mapping them to local disks for ease of use. As we all know, the built-in “Map Network Drive” of Windows can only map devices in the same LAN; and its “Add Network Location” feature is not powerful enough either. This time, you can give Network Drive Control a try.
Continue reading Network Drive Control – Automatically connects to all network drives after logon