Recommendations for Freeware FTP clients?

Steve_Perry

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Well as I sit here uploading my Clumber GTG piccies at 56k :rolleyes: (I tried using BB from work but it seems that my ISP doesn't allow connections to the FTP site from outside it's network domain) I find I'm getting cheesed off with the mput command and typing 'Y' every two minutes.

So, can anyone recommend a decent XP FTP Client to soften the boredom? Bear in mind I'm a cheapskate so freeware is preferable to shareware. :p :D

TIA :)

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So which did you choose?
 
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Well the upload I've just completed, CLumber GTG pics, was using a DOS command prompt and Unix commands on the FTP server.

But I've chosen both and will compare and contrast between the two on the next big FTP upload/download.

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Steve_Perry said:
Well the upload I've just completed, CLumber GTG pics, was using a DOS command prompt and Unix commands on the FTP server.

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Nothing like a back to basics exercise!
 

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WS FTP does it for me by Ipswitch.

Used to have a 'lite' version for free download - I'm sure if you dig around you'll find it - absolute doddle to use.

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