Personal File Server 1.0
Personal File Server is web based software that allows website visitors to download and upload files using only their favorite browser. It is a very extensible solution in sharing audio/video files, documents or any other file type with ease.
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|OS Support||Windows Install and Uninstall|
|File Size||4.15 MB ( 4,252 KB )|
|Published||Mar 03, 2005 (14 years ago)|
|Updated||Jul 27, 2013 (5 years ago)|
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Personal File Server includes many built-in features including a customizable port based HTTP server, visitors and user authentication system, password protection of directories and files, ban management system, client and session based bandwidth control, session status, files and folders virtual files system, user limits, session limits and router tunneling support. It is much easier to setup and easier to control then any standard or advanced ftp server. It also takes complete logs of user access, with session management and customizable option for selected objects to log.
|Release Info:||New Release on Nov 27, 2004|
|Related Tags:||file share sharing files folders|
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It recovers deleted files from your FAT12/FAT16/FAT32 and including NTFS volumes. It also recover files emptied from your Recycle Bin and wields a recovery tool that restores both files and folders in irrecoverable cases such as formatted harddrive.