When you first register for broadband, you're given at least one POP3 email address and a limited amount of web storage which you can use for your own homepage. Designing a homepage isn't particularly difficult, but not everyone knows how to get the files on to their site. Indeed, you can also uploaded files, such as a ZIP archive to your homepage, then provide the link to friends and family. This is a good way of making files available to other people, at all times.
SmartFTP 2.0.1 is a free FTP (file transfer protocol) application that will enable you to log on to your homepage and upload files or simply administer the files on the server. Of course, it's also a powerful FTP server, so you can use it to download files from various FTP servers.
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