Microsoft File Transfer Manager 5.0
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Microsoft File Transfer Manager 5.0

Free Microsoft File Transfer Manager facilitates large file transfer
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Microsoft File Transfer Manager is an efficient program which main purpose is to facilitate large file transfer by dividing large files into several segments and by downloading several segments simultaneously.

The first thing you need to do is to create a folder where the tool will store the downloaded files, to make sure you can easily locate them on your hard drive. Once the tool starts to transfer your files, you will be able to see the transferring progress in the main window in the "Current transfers" section. On the second half of the screen, you will be able to view detailed information about a file selected from the transfers list. Therefore, you will see the time remaining until the transfer is complete, the download location, the transfer rate and the task progress. If you wish to view information about previous transfers, you can access the "History" section.

For a detailed customization of the tool's features, you can visit the "Options" panel, where you will be able to select a new language for the interface, set various transfer options and select a different connection type.

To conclude, Microsoft File Transfer Manager is a useful tool designed to allow you to manage your file transfers. The tool offers simple commands and functions that make the file transfer an easy job.

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Pros

  • Large files are quickly downloaded
  • Resume interrupted transfers
  • The possibility to prioritize transfers

Cons

  • None

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Thanks for sharing this. I'll add it to my list of MFT products to review.
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