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Best Free Windows 64-bit FTP Client

Overall, the only 64-bit FTP client I found fails to match the top 32-bit selections in our review Best Free FTP Client. Unless you feel that a 64-bit FTP client is essential I suggest that you look there for the solution best suited to your needs.

Null FTP

Vision Works Null FTP is a cut down version of the paid product. It has the typical local and remote files panes which support drag and drop, and status and log windows which provide details of the current connections and file transfers. It also has two limitations which are likely to affect your decision to use it: only three concurrent transfers and only three FTP servers are able to be defined for quick connection.


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by rik on 1. June 2010 - 17:29  (50816)

These issues should be discussed in the forum. You need to be registered but that only takes a moment.



by Anonymous on 31. May 2010 - 19:04  (50720)

Registry cleaners only bring extremely marginal results at best, and most of them can cause serious errors. Unless you have a very specific reason for wanting to "clean" your registry, it is better to leave it alone. Regards, Mike Connor

by Anonymous on 30. May 2010 - 16:55  (50627)

Also useful;

( Only trying to keep you busy Rik! :) ) Regards, Mike Connor

by Anonymous on 30. May 2010 - 13:55  (50617)

Also extremely useful for presentations, explaining and annotating screen shots etc;


Regards, Mike Connor

by Anonymous on 30. May 2010 - 13:32  (50614)

Maybe you don't know about this;

Very useful! Regards, Mike Connor

by Anonymous on 30. May 2010 - 13:41  (50615)

To see all the screenshots etc: Regards, Mike Connor

by Anonymous on 29. May 2010 - 23:12  (50585)

Thumbs up to this forum! :) Very informative.

by Anonymous on 29. May 2010 - 5:03  (50546)

System activity monitor;

Regards, Mike Connor

by Anonymous on 28. May 2010 - 16:24  (50507)

Once again, still in beta, but I have had no problems at all on windows 7 Ultimate, ( Core i7 Processor ). Useful for those who want to keep explorer as their file manager but with lots of useful options;

Regards, Mike Connor

by rik on 29. May 2010 - 2:41  (50538)

Mike, thanks for the information. I've had a quick look and am impressed. Hopefully I have time to look in furher detail next week.

Thanks again,


by Anonymous on 27. May 2010 - 12:15  (50451)

I believe the SuperAntiSpyware 64bit is no longer in beta. You may want to take another look now.

by rik on 27. May 2010 - 12:30  (50453)

Yes the 64 bit version has been released, thanks for the heads up on this.


by Anonymous on 22. May 2010 - 3:09  (50083)

cant read your Webpage buddy. Its white print on a white background in
Internet Explorer 7.0 using Win 7 x86

Nice site from what I can make of it tho'


by rik on 22. May 2010 - 9:23  (50088)

There is a temporary problem with the site. This is being worked on and will be resolved ASAP. Thanks for being understanding.


by Anonymous on 21. May 2010 - 21:12  (50067)

Qttabbar for Windows 7;


Regards, Mike Connor

by rik on 22. May 2010 - 9:26  (50089)

Mike, you and I any perhaps many other readers can cope with alpha releases. They are not, unfortunately, for the average reader, so we need to exercise a degree of caution.

Thanks for your input,


by Anonymous on 24. May 2010 - 0:20  (50164)

Just for info, here it is running on 7 Ultimate;

with a tab group open.

I have had no problems at all with it. Very very good indeed! What explorer should have been..............

( PickPick runs very well on Ultimate as well )

Regards, Mike Connor

by Anupam on 24. May 2010 - 6:28  (50183)

It may be running good for you, but as Rik said... alpha releases are not for general use, and so we do not recommend them. I will repeat what Rik said, please exercise caution.

by rik on 24. May 2010 - 11:30  (50192)

Anupam has correctly echoed my earlier comments. By all means experiment with Alpha software if you are sure you can get yourself out of any situation you get into. I think that says it all.


by HeWhoRocks on 24. May 2010 - 12:26  (50195)

For anyone who is unsure, here is an article about the various release stages of software.

by rik on 19. May 2010 - 14:31  (49938)

I apologise for being out of touch I am in the middle of moving home. All things being equal I should be back on track from Monday.


by Anonymous on 19. May 2010 - 0:34  (49915)

Comfortable free partitioning software ( Home use ), runs well on 64 BIT 7 ( Tested on "Ultimate" with 2* two-terabyte discs.

Regards, Mike Connor

by rik on 21. May 2010 - 13:04  (50035)

Why would you want to partition an individual disk anyway, it has dreadful performance implications?


by Anonymous on 21. May 2010 - 20:57  (50066)

Another example:

A casual acquaintance complained about how slow his system had become. I had a look at it for him, and he had FIFTEEN !!!!!! partitions on his single primary disc ( which was a slow disc anyway), he was shoveling data all over the place, and the disc sounded like a badly tuned lawnmower!

I used the software to delete everything, reformatted, and installed his system new.

Result? System a lot faster, no noise.

It seems people try out various Linux distributions and other stuff which makes more partitions, various boot loaders, and a whole host of other stuff. This clutters the system. It's just very easy to clear it all up by deleting everything.

The Windows utilities for this are not very comfortable at all.

WARNING!!! If you delete partitions, then THE DATA IS GONE!!!.

Only do this is you have backups, and know what you are doing!!!

Regards, Mike Connor

by Anonymous on 21. May 2010 - 20:45  (50065)

I wouldn't, ( and don't!!!) want to, but I have found it extremely useful for DELETING partitions, and some other stuff.

On some systems it can be useful to partition a SECOND disc on the system, mainly so that backups from these systems can run a lot faster.

E.g. Some business software, bookkeeping stuff and similar, runs backups to a SECOND internal disc. For security backups to an external disc ( or network etc), I don't want to backup a whole disc, and would not use forensic backups anyway, ( meaning only actual data is imaged instead of the whole disc/partition).

Some people do want ( at least they think they do! :) ) to set up various partitions for other reasons, ( although I can't think of any other sensible reasons). This software removes all that, so that their systems run sensibly again.

The software is only free for home use!

I was never gone, but I don't always sign my posts.......

Regards, Mike Connor

by Anonymous on 21. May 2010 - 13:33  (50039)

Glad your back! :)

by Anonymous on 18. May 2010 - 13:46  (49887)

Why does the post date of article show as 9/9/2009? I know this post is newer.
Also, I have a suggestion. Since this is a rather long post, perhaps you could put a quick note at beginning with version edits on text section, could keep last 5 or so:
5/19/2010 Added Firewall, Updated Disk Cleaner
4/10/2010 Updated File Manager, Registry Cleaner
3/20/2010 Updated FTP Client, Email

Therefore, we could skip to the sections that are new or changed. If it is just updating the bottom section with a different URL download address or version number, without adding to the text section, then I would leave that out.

by rik on 21. May 2010 - 13:05  (50036)

This is something that will need to be run by a number of other people that contribute to the site. I'll get back to you.


by Anonymous on 19. May 2010 - 21:15  (49962)

I second this if it is possible and not too much work!


by Anonymous on 27. May 2010 - 12:12  (50450)

Good idea! I will third this.

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