Cyberduck Reviews

Portable version for Windows ...

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... would be fantastic. Filezilla, CarotDAV, WinSCP, etc all have portable versions, yet the likes of FOSS Cyberduck doesn't.

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Heavy

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I've used CloudBerry Explorer for awhile, and moving from that to this feels like changing out a Ferrari for a Humvee. Cyberduck feels so sluggish compared to CloudBerry Explorer.

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miracle!

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36 languages! really cool app. Use it everyday!

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Constantly runs out of memory

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If Cyberduck is the best freeish cloud app available for windows, cloud users are doomed. Unless you wish to load a very small amount of small files into a directory also containing only a small amount of files, expect to get nowhere. I wish I could like it, but it basically never works.

For "freeish" read "free"

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Easy FTP client

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Cyberduck for mac is an easy to use FTP client for which works really well.

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Lousy performance with Amazon S3

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I'm using Cyberduck solely for uploading to Amazon S3. It's been a huge headache. Cyberduck frequently fails to even start when the set of files is large. When it does start, it often crashes after around 100MB. Sometimes it fails to detect the file on each side of the transfer is the same file. And it doesn't have a mode that will properly mirror in one direction (delete files from the destination as necessary).

Cyberduck is a lousy tool for Amazon S3. It's marginally worse than Amazon S3 Firefox Organizer, which is as bad or worse. It feels like Amazon S3 support was an afterthought tacked on to an already bloated piece of software, and it was done poorly.

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