When using the Star Game Club Hosting Control Panel, you will gain access to our feature–rich File Manager. It will make it easier to speedily control your sites without the need to resort to an FTP software. You can upload data files over a secure connection by pulling them into the browser. In addition, you could rapidly archive and unarchive files and directories, create password–protected areas, change data file permissions and much more. Go through the features contained in our File Manager.
Drag ’n’ drop file upload options
Transfer files to your web sites without any difficulty
The File Manager in your Hosting Control Panel offers a quick, drag’n’drop functionality that will assist you to move files between your PC and your website hosting profile without the need to employ an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) tool. You can easily pull files from your PC and drop them in your Hosting Control Panel with a click of the mouse through a protected SSL connection.
The drag & drop functionality is included in the Hosting Control Panel, so that you don’t need to set up any third party computer software to employ it. It also works well on all leading Operating Systems, so all you have to do to use it is sign in to your File Manager.
Right–click context menus
Handle all files with a click of the mouse
The majority of File Managers include all the actions that one can perform on a file or directory on the top of the page. We feel that this is not intuitive enough. With the File Manager, you can access all of the file management options when you right–click a file or folder. This method is likewise applicable for multiple files/folders.
You’ll be able to rename, copy, move, download, edit, preview, archive, unarchive and delete any file or directory you choose with merely a click of the mouse.
Make use of massive files conveniently
Due to the in–built archive/unarchive solution, the File Manager allows you to handle big files never having to use FTP. It is easy to shrink a folder to a small size by simply clicking on the Compress button or access the belongings in an archived directory through the Extract button. When compressing a folder or a collection of files, it is also possible to select the archive extension (.ZIP, .RAR or .TAR.GZ) and then the name of the archive file.