Xftp provides three convenient connection methods: Sessions dialog box, Address bar, and Shortcut. With the flexible Xftp user interface, you can connect to a remote computer with or without a saved session. If you have already created a session for a remote computer, you can just open the session to connect to the remote computer. Also, you can quickly connect to the remote computer with the default session provided by Xftp.
Using Xftp users can manage multiple local folders simultanesouly to increase productivity when working with multiple sessions.
Xftp supports ftp and sftp protocols, and the remote computer must support one of these protocols in order to successfully connect to the machine.
For more information on sessions, see Managing Sessions. For more information on Address bar, see Address bar.