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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.