Xnet Communications GmbH has released Captain FTP 2.0, a major new update to their FTP client for the Macintosh.
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Xnet CEO Mariusz Roznowski explained that the new version of Captain FTP brings to end-users many improvements that Xnet has until now only been able t o bring to large accounts. “Captain FTP 2.0 is the step into sharing our secrets with smaller companies and home users at an affordable price. It has been our dream for many years and now it is the day we can realize it,” said Roznowski.
Support for segmented downloads is new to this version, which Xnet said can speed up file transfers dramatically. Other changes include quick bookmarking, transfer resume, Unicode conversion for multinational font support, a local file browser, and audio cues to let you know that transfers have been completed.
System requirements for Captain FTP 2.0 call for a PowerPC G3 or better, Mac OS X 10.0 or higher, 64MB RAM, 1MB hard disk space. Captain FTP 2.0 is available for download a 14-day demo. Use beyond that time requires the purchase of a license key, which costs US$25. Upgrades are also available for users of previous versions.