FTPRush 2.1.6 for Windows

by IoRush Software

Avg. Rating 4.0 (120 votes)

File Details

File Size 3.8 MB
License Shareware, $29.50
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,411
Publisher IoRush Software
Homepage FTPRush

Publisher's Description

FTPRush is a fast, reliable, powerful and easy-to-use FTP/FXP/SFTP/TFTP client for Microsoft Windows. It allows you to transfer files from local to server, server to local or server to server. It allows you to fully customize the user interface on-the-fly. It allows you to create your own scripts to do automatic jobs - It allows you to do a lot of things.

Latest Reviews

smaragdus

smaragdus reviewed v2.1.5 on Jun 22, 2011

I have used many free FTP clients- FileZilla, WinSCP, BitKinex, Xftp (which is now free for personal non-commercial use), the almost unknown tiny FFFTP- http://www2.biglobe.ne.jp/~sota/ffftp-e.html – which is lightning fast and even the living fossil LeechFTP which, although discontinued for more than 12 years still can be a viable choice, but when I discovered FTPRush it immediately became my favourite and my first choice FTP client. It offers all I need and a lot more. It is great that the developers of FTPRush made it freeware, in fact it is better than most of the commercial clients (I would not say the best because I have not tested them all). It is very fast, stable and has a nice gui, it is highly flexible and has a portable version too so one can have it on their external flash drives with all its configurations, it has customizable colour themes, it can be minimized to system tray and can auto-keep connections alive, it offers download and upload speed limit, it supports drag and drop, tabs and can monitor clipboard, it has a powerful hotkey manager, it supports UPnP and has a circumstantial help file, it provides a wizard for the beginners and also a detailed logging, it is translated to 23 languages, it offers file synchronization and bookmarks, a built-in search engine, configuration auto-back-up, on-the-fly compression, scripting (built-in Script Designer), commands (built-in Command Designer for some FTP Servers). I have been using it for about a month and I am sure I have had just a glimpse upon its features. The only thing I miss is shell integration, but since I am using the portable version I am not sure whether this feature is available in the installable version or not. Overall, for me this is a great proffesional FTP Client and I hope it won’t be abandoned like BitKinex for example.

smaragdus

smaragdus reviewed v2.1.1 on Nov 7, 2010

FTP Rush is now freeware.

myboy

myboy reviewed v1.1b (1.1.2.19) on Dec 19, 2009

This software is total crap.. a... development has stopped. their is ZERO support ont heir forums.. people are not receiving keys after paying for them. If a tool from the FTPRUSH forums stops here to dispute my claims *cough*DIAMON*cough* look here for the inumerable user complaints: http://www.ftprush.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=4

wickedfeel

wickedfeel reviewed v1.1b (1.1.2.19) on Mar 3, 2008

Very powerful, good stuff. Happily registered user for over 3 years. Nothing like its scripting capability and tabbed user interface (multi-threaded) so I DON'T have to open multiple instances. Priceless.

madmike007

madmike007 reviewed v1.1b (1.1.2.19) on Feb 28, 2008

Good but no cigar, plenty of free FTP programs like filezilla, and off course there free;)

treworld

treworld reviewed v1.1b (1.1.2.19) on Feb 28, 2008

I haven't tried this software yet, but I just wanted to respond to mxxcon's comment.

I am a big FlashFXP fan and have actually bought a legal copy of their license. So, I am very familiar with the layout and functionality of FlashFXP. By just looking at the interface of FTPRush, I can already see there are a few (minor) similarities between the two, but FTPRush seem to have more (better) features such as tabs. With FlashFXP's inability to update their interface, it is making other FTP software better.

I can go on and on with the comparison of the two software. However, I do not have the time. So, I'll just conclude this by saying that FlashFXP and FTPRush DOES NOT look the same!

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v1.1b (1.1.2.19) on Feb 28, 2008

mxxcon: You are a moron. FTPRush is based on UltraFXP, that client has been around for ages. That's one. Two, if you actually tried ANY other FTP client except for your beloved FlashFXP, you'd notice that MOST of them have EXTREMELY similar interfaces. Three, the major advantage of FTPRush over FlashFXP in particular is the fact that it has tabbed interface, which means that I DON'T have to open 10 copies of FTPRush to use 10 sites (unlike FlashFXP).

And finally, you dumb ignorant bas****. TRY stuff, before you talk s***. And TRY other ftp clients. What I say is based on actual experience, I've tried tons of other client before I ended up with FTPRush. You, on the other hand I bet only use Ffxp AND of course let's not forget the fact that you are a beta tester for them, which is full-of-s****2.

mxxcon

mxxcon reviewed v1.1a (1.1.1.16) on Dec 20, 2007

And lets not forget this software is being developed by chinese. Those people have no concept of software copyright or privacy. 1st they ripped off FlashFXP's layout, then stole FlashFXP's help file, look on their forum which layout is by far the most popular, obviously FlashFXP. developer blatantly stealing every single idea they can from flashfxp.
You gotta be crazy to trust your sites to this software.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v1.1 on Dec 5, 2007

Those who said this is either OK or bad simply did not try this client. TRY it and believe me you will NEVER look back. And the main difference? Multitabbing (I won't even start on unbelivably flexible scripting language, irc support, support for 10+ types of proxies including the ability to send data directly to your ip when sending ftp commands still thru proxy, and TONS more features). Amazing!
Anything new with crapy ffxp? nope...

List of changes from v1.0 to latest v1.1:
Version 1.1.0.15
[*] Added a rushuser.lib to load default user data when first run
[x] Fixed a waiting queue bug since 1.1.0.12

Version 1.1.0.12
[x] Fixed high CPU usage when ftp.transfer be called
[*] RushApp.DeleteEmptyContainers renamed to RushApp.DeleteEmptyTabs
[*] flag RS_DELEMPTYTAB changed to RS_DELEMPTYTABS

Version 1.1.0.11
[*] Better/Fast arithmetic for waiting queues

Version 1.1.0.10
[x] AV errors when exit ftprush with transferring

Version 1.1.0.9
[+] New flag: RS_DELEMPTYTAB for RushApp.FTP.Transfer
[x] Since 1.0.0625 some unicode features broken
[*] Improved GUI kernel

Version 1.1.0.8
[+] new function: RushApp.DeleteEmptyContainers

Version 1.1.0.7
[x] Fixed "out of range" error in script

Version 1.1.0.6
[x] Fixed Containers object in script

Version 1.1.0.5
[+] Allow bypass proxy on datachannel(site properties/connection/proxy server)
[x] Check_Login do not set QueueItem as standby status anymore

Version 1.1.0.4
[*] kernel improvements
[*] Script engine improvements
[*] Compiled script file extension changed to ".pc0"
[*] Memory Manager improvements

Version 1.1.0.3
[x]Fixed UPnP with Tomato Firmware
[x]Fixed UPnP when Router use static/dhcp IP
[x]Fixed "STAT -l" with new glFTPD

Version 1.0.0.626
[x] Fixed bug when resume upload/download > 2gb file
[x] Fixed bug when check new version automatically

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.0.0622 on May 29, 2007

Very cool. Now I can more easily switch sides and drag toolbars/elements around to where I want. And to echo others, I used FileZilla for several years, but it doesn't touch the ease, power, and broad flexibility of FTPRush.

Avg. Rating 4.0 (120 votes)
Your Rating
smaragdus

smaragdus reviewed v2.1.5 on Jun 22, 2011

I have used many free FTP clients- FileZilla, WinSCP, BitKinex, Xftp (which is now free for personal non-commercial use), the almost unknown tiny FFFTP- http://www2.biglobe.ne.jp/~sota/ffftp-e.html – which is lightning fast and even the living fossil LeechFTP which, although discontinued for more than 12 years still can be a viable choice, but when I discovered FTPRush it immediately became my favourite and my first choice FTP client. It offers all I need and a lot more. It is great that the developers of FTPRush made it freeware, in fact it is better than most of the commercial clients (I would not say the best because I have not tested them all). It is very fast, stable and has a nice gui, it is highly flexible and has a portable version too so one can have it on their external flash drives with all its configurations, it has customizable colour themes, it can be minimized to system tray and can auto-keep connections alive, it offers download and upload speed limit, it supports drag and drop, tabs and can monitor clipboard, it has a powerful hotkey manager, it supports UPnP and has a circumstantial help file, it provides a wizard for the beginners and also a detailed logging, it is translated to 23 languages, it offers file synchronization and bookmarks, a built-in search engine, configuration auto-back-up, on-the-fly compression, scripting (built-in Script Designer), commands (built-in Command Designer for some FTP Servers). I have been using it for about a month and I am sure I have had just a glimpse upon its features. The only thing I miss is shell integration, but since I am using the portable version I am not sure whether this feature is available in the installable version or not. Overall, for me this is a great proffesional FTP Client and I hope it won’t be abandoned like BitKinex for example.

smaragdus

smaragdus reviewed v2.1.1 on Nov 7, 2010

FTP Rush is now freeware.

myboy

myboy reviewed v1.1b (1.1.2.19) on Dec 19, 2009

This software is total crap.. a... development has stopped. their is ZERO support ont heir forums.. people are not receiving keys after paying for them. If a tool from the FTPRUSH forums stops here to dispute my claims *cough*DIAMON*cough* look here for the inumerable user complaints: http://www.ftprush.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=4

wickedfeel

wickedfeel reviewed v1.1b (1.1.2.19) on Mar 3, 2008

Very powerful, good stuff. Happily registered user for over 3 years. Nothing like its scripting capability and tabbed user interface (multi-threaded) so I DON'T have to open multiple instances. Priceless.

madmike007

madmike007 reviewed v1.1b (1.1.2.19) on Feb 28, 2008

Good but no cigar, plenty of free FTP programs like filezilla, and off course there free;)

treworld

treworld reviewed v1.1b (1.1.2.19) on Feb 28, 2008

I haven't tried this software yet, but I just wanted to respond to mxxcon's comment.

I am a big FlashFXP fan and have actually bought a legal copy of their license. So, I am very familiar with the layout and functionality of FlashFXP. By just looking at the interface of FTPRush, I can already see there are a few (minor) similarities between the two, but FTPRush seem to have more (better) features such as tabs. With FlashFXP's inability to update their interface, it is making other FTP software better.

I can go on and on with the comparison of the two software. However, I do not have the time. So, I'll just conclude this by saying that FlashFXP and FTPRush DOES NOT look the same!

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v1.1b (1.1.2.19) on Feb 28, 2008

mxxcon: You are a moron. FTPRush is based on UltraFXP, that client has been around for ages. That's one. Two, if you actually tried ANY other FTP client except for your beloved FlashFXP, you'd notice that MOST of them have EXTREMELY similar interfaces. Three, the major advantage of FTPRush over FlashFXP in particular is the fact that it has tabbed interface, which means that I DON'T have to open 10 copies of FTPRush to use 10 sites (unlike FlashFXP).

And finally, you dumb ignorant bas****. TRY stuff, before you talk s***. And TRY other ftp clients. What I say is based on actual experience, I've tried tons of other client before I ended up with FTPRush. You, on the other hand I bet only use Ffxp AND of course let's not forget the fact that you are a beta tester for them, which is full-of-s****2.

mxxcon

mxxcon reviewed v1.1a (1.1.1.16) on Dec 20, 2007

And lets not forget this software is being developed by chinese. Those people have no concept of software copyright or privacy. 1st they ripped off FlashFXP's layout, then stole FlashFXP's help file, look on their forum which layout is by far the most popular, obviously FlashFXP. developer blatantly stealing every single idea they can from flashfxp.
You gotta be crazy to trust your sites to this software.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v1.1 on Dec 5, 2007

Those who said this is either OK or bad simply did not try this client. TRY it and believe me you will NEVER look back. And the main difference? Multitabbing (I won't even start on unbelivably flexible scripting language, irc support, support for 10+ types of proxies including the ability to send data directly to your ip when sending ftp commands still thru proxy, and TONS more features). Amazing!
Anything new with crapy ffxp? nope...

List of changes from v1.0 to latest v1.1:
Version 1.1.0.15
[*] Added a rushuser.lib to load default user data when first run
[x] Fixed a waiting queue bug since 1.1.0.12

Version 1.1.0.12
[x] Fixed high CPU usage when ftp.transfer be called
[*] RushApp.DeleteEmptyContainers renamed to RushApp.DeleteEmptyTabs
[*] flag RS_DELEMPTYTAB changed to RS_DELEMPTYTABS

Version 1.1.0.11
[*] Better/Fast arithmetic for waiting queues

Version 1.1.0.10
[x] AV errors when exit ftprush with transferring

Version 1.1.0.9
[+] New flag: RS_DELEMPTYTAB for RushApp.FTP.Transfer
[x] Since 1.0.0625 some unicode features broken
[*] Improved GUI kernel

Version 1.1.0.8
[+] new function: RushApp.DeleteEmptyContainers

Version 1.1.0.7
[x] Fixed "out of range" error in script

Version 1.1.0.6
[x] Fixed Containers object in script

Version 1.1.0.5
[+] Allow bypass proxy on datachannel(site properties/connection/proxy server)
[x] Check_Login do not set QueueItem as standby status anymore

Version 1.1.0.4
[*] kernel improvements
[*] Script engine improvements
[*] Compiled script file extension changed to ".pc0"
[*] Memory Manager improvements

Version 1.1.0.3
[x]Fixed UPnP with Tomato Firmware
[x]Fixed UPnP when Router use static/dhcp IP
[x]Fixed "STAT -l" with new glFTPD

Version 1.0.0.626
[x] Fixed bug when resume upload/download > 2gb file
[x] Fixed bug when check new version automatically

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.0.0622 on May 29, 2007

Very cool. Now I can more easily switch sides and drag toolbars/elements around to where I want. And to echo others, I used FileZilla for several years, but it doesn't touch the ease, power, and broad flexibility of FTPRush.

cricri_pingouin

cricri_pingouin reviewed v1.0.0620 on May 3, 2007

Don't let the freebies fanboys (Dennis87) kid yourself: yes, Filezilla is a nice freebie, but it is by no means "better" than FTPRush. Note that no arguments is put forward in order to support this pulled-out-of-hat fact, which is because it is simply untrue and cannot be argued.
Either this is due to the "reviewer" (if we can call him/her that way) lack of actual hand on experience, in which case please abstain from writing "reviews", or this is an unfounded lie purposedly biased towards freebie, which would be even more sad and condamnable.
Don't get me wrong, Filezilla is a nice freebie, but it just doesn't compare to FTPRush in terms of features. FTPRush does compare to FlashFxp though. Some prefer FlashFxp, but I prefer FtpRush due to FlashFxp author's lack of diplomacy and consideration towards customers (existing and potential).
Also, Kashin, please do not mix words such as "unacceptable" and "unexceptable" (which does not even exist), it makes me grind my teeth.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.0.0612 on Feb 21, 2007

Wow, FTPRush this is well-coded throughout. Imagine FileZilla the way you wish it were built, and with customizable keyboard shortcuts. Easy to setup, and can let you write your own scripts. Very nice.

Dennis87

Dennis87 reviewed v1.0.0591 on May 15, 2006

Acces error all the time, can't do anything. the program locks atfter 1 min and i get a error. use another ftp client or a older version whitout the error

RoSmecher

RoSmecher reviewed v1.0.0588 on Apr 20, 2006

the best FTP client i have ever used.

Marcin Świerczyński

Marcin Świerczyński reviewed v1.0.0581 on Mar 16, 2006

The greatest ftp client! Awesome!

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