Windows FTP Client
Typically when you connect to an FTP you would use a dedicated client program (such as CuteFTP, Fetch, Filezilla, or FireFTP.) If you do not have a dedicated FTP client installed Windows Explorer can be used to connect to an FTP site to down load and upload files.
Windows Explorer. Remember!
this is NOT Internet
You can use either Windows Explorer or Internet Explorer. However Internet Explorer will only
uploading of files. Because FTP
involves working with files, Windows Explorer may make the most sense.
Click to select the Address bar.
The Address bar is highlighted in yellow.
Type the FTP
For example; Documation's FTP
portion of the address must
You will be prompted for a username and password, the password is case sensitive
. Enter the appropriate credentials and click 'Log O