FTP Client that intergrates fully into the Windows Explorer

Solution 1:

What is wrong with using the FTP client included with windows explorer?

Open Windows Explorer and type your ftp address in the address bar (e.g. ftp://ftp.foo.com).

You will be prompted for credentials if the site doesn't allow anonymous access.

If you want to include the username when accessing the FTP site use: username@ftp://ftp.foo.com


Windows Explorer FTP view http://brettski.com/f111/we_ftp.jpg

Solution 2:

There are several good ways to map a drive letter in Windows to an FTP location.

Unkwntech asked "How can I mount an FTP to a drive letter in windows?"

It appears he has chosen WebDrive as his accepted answer.