WinSCP Free Download

WinSCP is a powerful FTP and SFTP client for Windows with a graphical user interface. This free download is the standalone installer of WinSCP for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit.

WinSCP Review

If you are looking for a tool that can send data from your computer to remote server through secure FTP then WinSCP is a good platform which provides a Graphical User Interface for transferring files with ease. It provides an understandable environment with easy to use drag and drop support. This powerful tool uses SCP protocol to share files between the remote and local computer which was very popular in the past but it is still very useful.

WinSCP Review

It provides two interfaces i.e. Total Commander for reproduction and an explorer which provides facility to browse remote files similar to the explorer. Moreover, you can delete and copy files from the remote computer to your local machine as well as GZIP and other features are also provided by the tool. Encrypt data when sending to the remote machine with the help of cryptographic protocols including 3DES, DES, BlowFish, and AES.

Features of WinSCP

Some of the features of WinSCP are:

  • Easy to use interface
    • Reproduction
    • Files Browser
  • Drag and drop support
  • Lightweight tool
  • SFTP and FTP tool
  • Send data to the remote machine
  • Copy data from local machine
  • Delete specific files
  • Rename files on remote machine
  • GZIP features
  • Encrypt data while sending to remote computer
  • Many other advanced features and options

System Requirements for WinSCP

Before you download and install WinSCP, make sure that your system meets the given requirements

  • Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
  • Free Disk Space: 50 MB of free space required for installation
  • Installed Memory: 256 MB of RAM required
  • Processor: Single Core processor or higher

WinSCP Free Downlaod

Click the below link to download the standalone installer of WinSCP for Windows x86 and x64 architecture. It is compatible with all the newer and older releases of Windows.

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