Fast Update 3.03 build 45 A program that enables you to auto-update your websites: it scans your local folders, searches for any new or updated files, and then uploads them to your website » 12.12.2003 - 0.99 MB - 98/ME/2K/XP - Free
WebSynchronizer 1.5 A universal tool for manual or automatic backup, replication and synchronization data wherever this data is located - it perfectly works with changeble devices and hard drives, network computers or remote servers » 17.03.2004 - 1.07 MB - 98/XP/2K/Vista - Free
TurboFTP 6.80 Build 1120 A secure FTP client program with a wide variety of features: folder synchronization with just a couple clicks, support for large files (4Gb+), SOCKS 4, 4a & 5 support, file transfer scheduler, auto-dial, auto-reconnect & more » 06.06.2019 - 9.92 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Trial, $29.95
SecureFX 8.5.4 Secure file transfer client with advanced automation and configuration options » 31.05.2019 - 23.84 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Trial, $59.95
WinSCP 5.15.2 WinSCP is an open source freeware SFTP client for Windows using SSH. Legacy SCP protocol is also supported. Its main function is safe copying of files between a local and a remote computer » 29.05.2019 - 9.4 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
FileZilla 3.42.1 A free FTP client intended for uploading / downloading files to / from FTP servers » 08.05.2019 - 11.06 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
FTPRush 2.2.0 FTPRush is a fast, powerful and easy-to-use FTP/FXP client. It allows you to transfer files from local to server, server to local or server to server; to fully customize the user interface on-the-fly; to create your own scripts to do automatic jobs » 04.05.2019 - 3.96 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
FileZilla Portable 3.41.2 Portable FileZilla will allow you to carry a whole FTP client with you on an USB thumbdrive, iPod, portable hard drive or any other portable media. » 22.04.2019 - 27.66 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
CuteFTP 184.108.40.206.3 A powerful and feature-rich program for transferring files between your computer and a remote File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server anywhere on the Internet » 11.07.2018 - 19.55 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Trial, $39.99
FlashFXP 220.127.116.1170 A multi-featured FTP client: download autoresume, SSL/TLS, HTTP/SOCKS4,5 proxy support, remote FTP file search & much more » 01.04.2017 - 7.69 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Trial, $25
"The Returnil Virtual System makes your Windows system impervious to virus attack, to spyware tracking. It automatically sanitizes all Web activities and surfing history. This is a powerful technology that clones a copy of your Windows system in one second and replaces the real partition. If the Returnil Protection is on, your Windows system is running on a 'virtual' partition. All of the change in the system partition actually take place in memory. All will be lost after system was halted. Nobody can change a bit of your real disk. If the Returnil Protection is off, you can install new software or remove anything as normal. All of the change in the system partition is true and all will be saved into your real disk. Anytime only a click to reboot, Returnil will make your system partition identical and fully functional as the original."
A very unusual and very useful clock. Unlike many other similar programs that usually display time either in the SysTray or on the Desktop, TitleTime adds the current date and time to the current active window title. Besides that, TitleTime has five alarm clocks, each of which will alarm and annoy you in a wide variety of ways: either by opening a window (with a picture) or by opening a document or by a whistle/horn/siren or by running any other specified WAV file. Plus, in Win98/ME, there is the possibility to quickly turn your computer off and to restart it (quickly). TitleTime, by the way, is capable of displaying yet one more clock, with a preset ("in relation to the first clock") time difference. In fact, TitleTime can cry "cuckoo." Every hour, every half-hour, or every quarter of an hour, which is very handy indeed.
"TClockEx will enhance the standard Windows taskbar clock, adding the ability to display the date, time and lots of other information in any format you like.
TClockEx is highly customizable, from the format to the font and colour, and even the tooltip information. Many people have wondered why this wasn't built into the standard clock to begin with.
I originally wrote TClockEx out of frustration with not being able to see the date easily. Since the first release I have added new features after encouragement and requests from people with similar feelings. I've seen other programs try to address the date issue by putting little windows in the corners of the screen, by changing the title bar of the active window, and so on. Those ideas didn't really appeal to me because they became intrusive and took up valuable screen space, or just got in the way. Some programs even try to use a series of icons in the tray to display the date graphically."