I’ve been posting mainly about OSX for the last little while, but no worries, I haven’t given up on Windows…yet :-). Someone today was asking about a good WebDAV client and after searching around for a bit, it seems like there is really only a couple out there. But really none of them can beat BitKinex client in terms of features and “price”. Here is a short list of features (oh…and the price thing….it’s free:-) ):
- Site Navigation Without Freezing Windows
Unique technology of advanced directory caching and multi connection/threaded directory scanning makes the non-blocking browse windows possible.
- Robust User Request Handling
Resume and control in detail not only file transfers but all user requests – including file removals, moves, directory creations, remote edits, prints, etc.
- Indirect Transfers
Allows users to transfer files from one server to another regardless of which protocol they are running (FTP->SFTP, WebDAV->FTPS, HTTP->FTP, etc.)
- Smart Messenger-like User Interface
Does not occupy much space on your desktop.
- Properties Inheritance
For easy and flexible configuration.
- Large Number of Supported Protocols
Including FTP, FXP, FTPS, SFTP, HTTP, HTPS and WebDAV
I don’t know how they do it, but I would just grab a copy, if I were you :-).