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Download of the Day: SmartFTP 4.0.1140.0

The most complete, feature rich FTP client

| Software News | Posted: Oct 18, 2010 9:08 am

Our Download of the Day today is SmartFTP 4.0.1140.0.


SmartFTP is an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client which allows you to transfer files between your local computer and a server on the Internet. With its many basic and advanced features SmartFTP also offers secure, reliable and efficient transfers that make it a powerful tool.


SmartFTP can be used for:


• Web site publishing and maintenance
• Upload and download of images, documents, movie and music files
• Share your files with your friends and coworkers
• Backups of local or remote files


SmartFTP offers these features:


• Quickly rename multiple files.
• Search your hard drive in the Local Browser (Windows Vista and higher)


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The latest version includes the following changes:


Changes in Version 4.0.1140.0


- Fix: 64-bit: Copy URL crashed if string contained non ASCII chars.
- Updated UI library.
- Fix: Cosmetic issues with high DPI settings
- SSH: Added keep alive feature (Favorite Properties->SSH dialog)
- Fix: Copy URL converts the string to UTF-8 first now.
- Fix: Settings: File Exist: Option to use hash could not be disabled
- Editor: Updated Scintilla
- Fix: Regression: Remote Browser: Opening a file was not working if the option is set to "Browser" (Default: Queue)


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