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WebDrive, the coolest Internet utility for ZTreeWin !!!

Posted By: Mathias Winkler <>
Date: Sunday, 17 May 1998, at 2:24 a.m.

Hi folks, I just discovered WebDrive, a gem for all ZTreeWin and Internet freaks!

WebDrive in cooperation with ZTreeWin now enables you to do some ultra-cool
things like the following:

- connect to two different FTP sites ( mapped to drive X: and
your personal FTP site mapped to drive Y:) and then log to both "remote drives" (a.k.a. FTP sites) simultaneously, use the F8-split screen mode,
and then copy files from one site ( to the other one
(e.g. your personal FTP site) !!!!

- Open ZIP-archives on an FTP site like with ZTreeWin and view the contents of the files in the archive, or just extract single files from it to your hard drive!

- Compare your hompage's local (hardrive-)directory with your FTP site directory, and then copy (= upload) all newer/modified files to your homepage-FTP-place!

- Directly edit remote FTP text files with ZTree's configured text editor,
without the need of download, edit and upload steps!

- Load remote files into any application you like, using either ZTree's associated .bat-files, the Alt-Batch command, or the application menu !
So you can easily view remote gif-files with your favorite graphics viewer, edit remote text-files with your favorite DOS or Windows editor, open remote ZIP archives with, for example, WinZip, or even try to scan files on an FTP site with your favorite anti-virus utility!

Try to do this with any other FTP client...

Any other ideas, experiences, comments?


>Read more about WebDrive on the XTFP Aux Apps section

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