Connect to your FTP server using a network location defined in windows “files explorer”. You can use the file explorer interface to manage, upload and download files into folders and sub-folders. To begin, you’ll need to configure some settings to enable connecting your FTP via Windows.
|Locate This PC in Windows Explorer and right-click. Select Add a network location to open the Add Network Location Wizard.|
|Click Next until you have to specify the location of the website. In this case, we can use ftp://ftp.hostedftp.com or a domain you’ve set up.|
|Insert the user name provided as your FTP
|Give a name to the Network Folder and in the next window click Finish|
|In the new pop-up window click on Save Password and input your password in the empty field. Then log on to test your connection.|
|Finish and when you need to access the Network
Folder click on Login As… to login and enter the matching password to your username