Using FTP can be complicated and confusing. FTP Voyager cleans up the mess with its blend of performance and ease of use, dressed in a familiar Windows Explorer-style interface and loaded with features. On the feature front, FTP Voyager supports Secure Shell (SSH) access, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connections, and folder synchronization. A handy scheduler lets you automate transfers, and there's a list of pre-installed FTP sites to log on to, ranging from tech support and government agencies to news and sports sites.
The interface is fully customizable, with a grab bag of options. The most notable tweak is Simple Mode, which limits the number of visible features and swaps out the small, cramped toolbars with one larger, more universal one. The View menu lets you toggle between Simple Mode and FTP Voyager's normal interface. Overall, FTP Voyager is a well-balanced FTP client that offers excellent features for professional users while maintaining ease of use for novices.
FTP Voyager is a professional FTP client that supports multiple protocols, scheduled transfers, and folder synchronization. Supported Protocols: FTP, SFTP (SSH) and FTPS (SSL/TLS). Both IPv4 and IPv6. Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7, 8, XP and Vista. Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2008 R2 and 2012. (Runs natively as either a 32- and 64-bit app depending on OS). Major Features: "Scriptless" automation (WYSIWYG task definition), Drag-n-drop file transfer, Multiple transfer threads, Backup utility, Folder synchronization and Large file resume (checkpoint restart). Popularity: Over 10 million downloads worldwide, 5-out-of-5 ratings from CNET, Tucows and others. Support: Purchase includes free email support and updates for selected number of years. Unattended ("silent") installation options available for IT administrators. FIPS 140-2 and U.S. Army Certificate of Networthiness validated.
What's new in this version:
Version 16.1 corrected a bug introduced in version 184.108.40.206 where FTP Voyager was unable to login to certain SSH servers using keyboard-interactive authentication as a substitue for password authentication.