We offer you a drag’n’drop File Manager, which features a collection of easy–to–use tools like an inbuilt graphic viewer and an array of file writers. You can make immediate uploads, archive/unarchive files, modify permissions and much more. The software tools are well–organized and very easy to use with huge action buttons and right–click context menus. Consider the diverse software tools and features integrated in the Gmail LK File Manager.
Drag–and–drop file uploads
Publish files without any difficulty
Moving files between your desktop computer and any of your web pages is now fast and simple, thanks to the drag–and–drop feature delivered by the File Manager. You can easily drag files from your notebook or computer and drop them in the Website Control Panel over a secure SSL communication. That’s it. It will take seconds to publish a data file and a little bit longer for bigger files and folders.
There is no need to install any third–party software or web browser extensions. The drag & drop feature found in the File Manager performs equally efficiently on all major operating systems.
Right–click context menus
Control all files with just a click of the mouse
The majority of File Managers include all the activities which you can perform with a file or directory at the top of the webpage. We feel that the latter is just not user–friendly enough. Thanks to the File Manager, you can access all of the file administration options when you right–click a file or directory. This option is likewise valid for a group of files/folders.
It is possible to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete just about any file or directory you choose using a mouse–click.
Work with enormous files conveniently
Thanks to the integrated archive/unarchive option, the File Manager really helps to work with enormous files without the need to use FTP. You are able to shrink a folder to a compact size by clicking on the Compress button or gain access to the belongings in an archived directory by using the Extract button. Whenever compressing a folder or a range of files, it will be easy to choose the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) along with the name of one’s archive file.