The part of the Mac OS that manages the organization, reading, and writing of data located on physical data storage devices such as disk drives.
Similar to Microsoft Windows Explorer in function, the File Manager Option in the Control Panel allows you to perform file management tasks such as creating files and directories, setting the read, write or execute permissions on the files and directories in your site, renaming or deleting files or directories, and changing the password for directories that are password-protected.
An HP VUE application for managing the files and directories on your system. File Manager is not available in HP VUE Lite.
a character-mode or GUI interface to common CLI file and disk management tools, either directly, by serving as a front-end and calling on those tools, or functionally, by performing the same or similar operations internally
a plugin that manages lists of files
a utility that performs functions related to file and disk management
File Manager allows you to take full control of your website files. It is a safe alternative to full shell access for sophisticated users. You can copy, move, delete, rename and edit files, create and remove directories, change file permissions and upload files from your local computer to the server. File Manager is best used to manipulate files that have been previously uploaded to your website. To upload more than one file at a time, an FTP client is generally more efficient.
A program supplied with Windows 3.x that lets you manage the files stored on a disk. With File Manager you can copy files, move files from one directory to another, create new directories, and rename or delete files. To start File Manager, open the Accessories group and double-click on the icon. Windows 95 users have a more sophisticated utility called Explorer
The File Manager allows you to manipulate all the files in your web site. You are able to create, delete, and move your files. You can also upload files from your local PC to the server in File Manager; all via the web browser, without the need for an FTP client.
a class of application programs very like database managers, but usually lacking sophisticated mechanisms for relating the contents of individual files to one another
The Photon File Manager (PFM), an application used to maintain and organize files and directories.
The File Manager allows you to manage your site through HTML, rather than an FTP tool or other third-party application. You can upload, create or delete files, organize files in folders, and change file permissions. While not as sophisticated as most FTP tools, File Manager is free and gives you all the basic functionality necessary to manage your site. Open
The File Manager is a web-based tool that allows you to create, edit, copy, rename, and delete HTML files.
The software application that manages the files and directories on your system.
File Manager through the Cpanel interface that allows you to edit, upload, delete, create files, and more.
The File Manager is a very powerful feature. It allows you to manipulate all the files in your web site. You are able to create, delete, and move your files. You can also upload files from your local PC to the server in File Manager. Plus, you can edit the HTML in any of your files from this option. Everything you need to manage your site can be found in this feature. Unlimited with all plans
A file manager is a computer program that provides a user interface to work with file systems. The most common operations on files are create, open, edit, view, print, play, rename, move, copy, delete, attributes, properties, search/find, and permissions.
A program that manipulates files or directories.
Software used to manage files on a disk. It provides functions to delete, copy, move, rename and view files as well as create and manage directories. The file manager in Windows 3.x was appropriately named File Manager. In Windows 95/98, NT 4.0 and 2000, the file manager is known as Explorer.
Operating system program that performs functions related to storage and file management. 8.14