I constantly find myself using Microsoft's Remote Desktop tool to connect to machines both within my house and at work. Managing a large number of machines can be a rather daunting chore, and we've covered some tools in the past that try to provide an interface for managing multiple Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) connections. I have to say that Remote Desktop Manager is among the best.
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We've covered several Windows Explorer alternatives here on the site, and in general the ones that are free all leave something to be desired. The thing that I really like with NexusFile is that it has many of the features power users want, but without all the clutter that a lot of the other file managers tend to come with.
In Windows you can make connections to FTP clients, but when it comes to connecting to an SFTP server you'll need to turn to a third-party application. Swish tries to bring the missing SFTP integration to Windows Explorer with a fast and free download.
Welcome to the WrapUp by CyberNet. This is a collection of news stories, downloads, and tips that we have collected over the last few days, but never got around to writing about.
When it comes down to free FTP clients for Windows there are only a handful of them I ever hear people talk about. Normally they consist of apps like FileZilla or WinSCP, and some people just stick to the standard Windows Explorer if they are only connecting to FTP sites. I came across a different app the other day that I'd definitely put on par with apps like FileZilla. That app is FTP Rush.