Have you ever wondered what the difference is between WebDAV and FTP?  If so, you are not alone. There seems to be some confusion about the differences between the two protocols. Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV),  by definition, is a set of extensions to the HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol), medical which allows users to…

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Reviewed by OneExtraPixel Every web designer and developer has a favorite FTP client. Some have been using the same FTP client for years. However, there are plenty of new FTP clients available today. FileZilla is not the best anymore. Now, there are way better FTP clients that are more suitable for modern server management tasks,…

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There are many FTP clients on the market, and it can be hard to decide which one is best. Free clients are popular, but typically lack the security features that some paid FTP clients offer. This article details some of the best free and paid FTP clients available, and is a derivative of an article published…

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A Cache is a local copy of the folders/files on your computer, which allows the application you are working with (e.g. Microsoft Word) to access these files. Caching is important because it allows users to interact (read/edit, etc.) with their files without ever permanently downloading the files to their computer. The cache can then be…

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