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CrossFTP is a free FTP, Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier and Google storage client for Win, Mac, and Linux. CrossFTP Pro is a powerful FTP, SFTP, WebDav, Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, and Google storage client for Win, Mac, and Linux. Awards & Reviews "Powerful FTP client" - Dreamhost DreamObject. CrossFTP - FTP and Amazon S3 Client CrossFTP - FTP and Amazon S3 Client
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Firefox enables you to import bookmarks and other information from browsers installed on your computer. To start importing your bookmarks or other data: Click the Bookmarks button on the right side of the navigation toolbarOn the menu bar, click At the top of the Firefox window, click the menu and select to open the Library window. Click the Bookmarks button and select to open the Library window. In the Library window, click Import and Backup and choose . Importing bookmarks and other data from other browsers Importing bookmarks and other data from other browsers
To replace your existing bookmarks with a Firefox bookmark backup file in JSON format, see Restoring bookmark backups. Before proceeding, you should make a backup of your current bookmarks. You can do this by opening the Bookmarks Library window (explained below), then selecting <img class="wiki-image frameless" src="//<a href="http://support.cdn.mozilla.net/media/uploads/gallery/images/f60cc26c38fc04cce87eb6ea6ec8c400-1259975468-619-1.png">support.cdn.mozilla.net/media/uploads/gallery/images/f60cc26c38fc04cce87eb6ea6ec8c400-1259975468-619-1.png</a>" alt="f60cc26c38fc04cce87eb6ea6ec8c400-1259975468-619-1.png" title="" /> Import and Backup and choosing . This will create a Firefox bookmark backup file in JSON format. Importing Bookmarks from an HTML File Importing Bookmarks from an HTML File
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Beyond Add-ons Add-ons are the cornerstone of customization, but adapting Firefox to suit your style doesn’t stop there. You can add new search engines, change toolbar preferences, display different sizes, shapes and styles for your browser’s navigation buttons and more. With additional preferences, you can specify a Web mail client (such as Gmail) to open up when you click on an address from a Web page or set up a news reader application for the blogs you encounter. Thunderbird - Features Thunderbird - Features
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Overview FileZilla Client is a fast and reliable cross-platform FTP, FTPS and SFTP client with lots of useful features and an intuitive graphical user interface. Features FileZilla - Client Features FileZilla - Client Features
Upload and download files on your home PC from anywhere by turning it into a personal FTP server. With a home FTP server, you can upload and download files on your home hard drive from the office, your friend's house, or to your laptop while you're on the road using any FTP client. Setting up an FTP server may sound like a complicated undertaking only system administrators can handle, but it's actually quite easy and free with open source software FileZilla . Build a Home FTP Server with FileZilla Build a Home FTP Server with FileZilla
Geek to Live: How to access a home server behind a router/firewall by Gina Trapani Recent Lifehacker features have covered how to run a personal web server, how to control your home computer from anywhere, and how to set up a personal wiki. For users on a home network with a router installed, home servers are not accessible from the Internet because of many modern routers' built-in firewall. Today we'll cover how to open up specific ports on your router to allow access to a home server behind a firewall. Please note: this tutorial is for advanced users. Geek to Live: How to access a home server behind a router/firewall
Geek to Live: How to assign a domain name to your home web server
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Welcome to the online FTP tester. Using this free service you can test if your FTP server is accessible from the Internet. If you have setup an FTP server you can use this site to check your configuration. The tester will try to connect to the server using the address and account data you enter in the form below. Online FTP tester
Online FTP tester Introduction Setting up an FTP server is not easy. Since there are dozens of different server products and thousands of different firewalls and router models exist, it is impossible to give detailed step-by-step instructions suitable for every user.