Mountain Duck 3.3.3 Build 15387 (Crack + Keygen)
If you are a web developer, then chances are that your activities imply a bit of work with FTP servers.
Mountain Duck is an efficient piece of software designed from the ground up to make it as easy as possible for you to mount remote (cloud) storages and FTP servers as local disks.
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Straight off the bat, there are major advantages: the fact that you can now access the files on the mounted servers directly from the Explorer and, secondly, it is now a lot easier for any application on your computer's system to access those files for reading and writing.
The application undergoes a typical installation process and, once it is completed, it makes its presence known by smoothly integrating itself in the Taskbar. The fact that Mountain Duck is designed to be lightweight and unobtrusive becomes evident once you start working with the app.
The interface is minimal and the workflow is almost beyond straightforward. Just right-click its taskbar icon and select the 'Add New Bookmark' option. This is a good time to point out that Mountain Duck Crack is fully compatible with most major types of servers.
This said, you have the options to choose from servers and cloud storage types like FTP, FTP-SSL, SFTP, WebDAV, Swift, S3, Google Cloud, Windows Azure and Rackspace Cloud Files. From this point onwards, you simply need to type the specific login credentials for the servers and you are all set.
All in all, with a smooth integration of the Windows Explorer and light system requirements, Mountain Duck proved itself to be a very useful and user-friendly software solution for mounting FTP servers and other cloud storages as local disks.
This application is, then, a relevant example of why simplicity is the best solution for most things. The app helps web developers have a less crowded workspace and is sure to make the overall web development a bit easier and faster.
|Package size||68.9 MB|
|Supported systems||Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10|
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