Is There Another Way To Use FTP Without A Special Utility?
Yes. If you're using Windows, you can use Internet Explorer as your FTP Client:
Open your Internet Explorer Browser.
At Address Bar, enter ftp://ftp.YourDomain.com
You will get a pop up prompt asking for your FTP user name and password. Enter your FTP user name and password.
You will see all your folders and files listed there upon successfully logon to your FTP account.
To upload content from your local drive, just copy from your local and paste inside the FTP Explorer.
To delete content, select the file or folder inside your FTP Explorer, right click and delete.
To exit your FTP account, simply close the Internet Explorer.
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