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If you are looking for Xftp, you have come to the right place. We explain what Xftp is and point you to the official download.

What is Xftp?

Xftp is a program capable of facilitating FTP (file transfer protocol) and SFTP (secure FTP, or encrypted FTP) operations across a network. The program has a session manager that displays multiple sessions in a single window for easy management and monitoring, and the number of connections (whether for downloading or uploading) can be managed by the user himself. File and folder synchronization is possible to achieve in one click. The interface is capable of showing multiple panes and multiple tabs, making for a more productive environment as well as ensuring lower system resource usage.

The program also has an editing function that permits alteration of files without downloading them: the edits are applied as uploads to the file in the remote location. Users with the XShell software will also discover that Xftp integrates effortlessly with the terminal emulator, even sporting a button for opening it on its main interface.

The software can transfer more than one file at a time across a connection. Users can keep tabs on their transfers through a transfer window menu that displays all transfers and their progress to the user.

Download Xftp from the developer

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File types supported by Xftp

Our users primarily use Xftp to open these file types:

About file types supported by Xftp

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Last updated: : July 8, 2014