The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard network protocol used for transferring files between a client and a server. FTP is one of the oldest methods (dating back to 1971) and it is still utilized. FTP is based on a client-server model architecture allowing users to establish a connection by providing credentials to the FTP server. Via FTP users are able to transfer, edit, and manage web files.

In this section, we will review the most popular and widely used FTP Clients and guide you on how to take advantage of the essential functionalities in order to be able to efficiently manage your files.

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