Select your language

Home arrow-right WinSshFS FiSSH edition

We've compiled a list of 9 free and paid alternatives to WinSshFS FiSSH edition. The primary competitors include MobaXterm, ExpanDrive. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between WinSshFS FiSSH edition and NetDrive, win-sshfs, sshfs. Also you can look at other similar options here: About.

An advanced terminal that gives Windows users a powerful, Unix-like command-line experience.

Map or Mount Amazon Drive, Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, SFTP, WebDAV, S3 and more as a Network Drive. Seamless access to files without sync

Free Open Source

Mount a unix server location as a virtual Windows drive

Free Open Source

SSHFS allows you to mount a remote filesystem using SFTP.

Create virtual drive which links to configured FTP servers.

SFTP Net Drive lets you work with the remote file system as if it were a local disk drive, given...

Free Open Source

Dokan SSHFS is a program that mounts remote file systems using SSH.

e-nautia gives a dedicated space to store and share files, communicate with friends or any contacts...

based on 4ever1 edition with improved interface

WinSshFS FiSSH edition Platforms

tick-square Windows

WinSshFS FiSSH edition Video and Screenshots

WinSshFS FiSSH edition Overview

WinSshFS FiSSH edition is a fork of WinSshFS 4every1 with a new graphical user interface to improve user-friendliness.

Main changes we made:

completely redesigned the GUI
created a hierarchy to separate between server and their folders (mount directory) to add multiple
folders to one server easily
added a command line to automate the program without the GUI
server and file arrangement can be changed via drag&drop
program can now start with windows startup

Top WinSshFS FiSSH edition Alternatives

Share your opinion about the software, leave a review and help make it even better!

WinSshFS FiSSH edition Tags

sshfs Discontinued

Suggest Changes

Your Feedback

Select a rating
Please select a rating

Your vote has been counted.

Do you have experience using this software?