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Bullet Proof FTP Client 2.43

Posted: July 14th, 2004 Posted By: Gizmo

Publisher: BulletProof
Price: $34.95
Shipping Medium: Only available as a Download.
Rating: 4/5
System Requirements

Hardware
-- Pentium® II 266 MHz processor or equivalent (Pentium® III recommended)
-- 128 MB RAM (256 MB RAM recommended)
-- 100 MB free hard drive space (250 MB free hard drive space recommended)
-- High Color display adapter at 800x600 resolution (High Color display adapter at 1024x768 resolution recommended)
-- Dial-Up Internet Connection (Broadband Highly Recommended, Cable Modem or DSL)

Software
-- Windows® 98 SE, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, Server 2003/2008 (Windows® XP or Vista recommended)
-- Microsoft® Internet Explorer™ 5.0.0 (Microsoft® Internet Explorer™ 6.0.0 recommended)



Review

Well we we using CuteFTP prior to testing this FTP program out... The version prior to this made us decide to use BPFTP every chance that we could get...

This FTP client is better with being able to tell the difference from ASCII and Binary types and uploading them as so than any other client we've tested out before.

This client's UI is very user friendly and is quite easy to edit your addressbook for all of your servers.

We have about 40 servers and logins plugged into the client and it still ran fine and looked as good as it did with none plugged in.

All in all if you're deciding on using a new FTP client I definitely would suggest giving this one a go, why not since they offer a free trial...



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