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License:
Time-limited trial (Free to try)
Size:
20.7 MB
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Downloads:
1359
Platform:
Windows NT / 2K / XP / 2003 / Vista
Publisher:
Chambal.com Inc(more)
Publisher's Descriptions
At Amazon you can store and organize data in containers that are called Buckets. Bucket Explorer is the industry leading graphical user interface (GUI) to manage those Buckets in an efficient and user friendly way.

Amazon provides only development kit for the storage, which can be utilized by computer programmers by writing code. Bucket Explorer is coded and is available for your use without having needed to write a single line of code.

You can use it as a simple FTP like client tool for S3, or a S3 backup tool.



You can download Bucket Explorer free here.
System Requirements

· Amazon S3 account
· Java Runtime 6

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FindMySoft advises that Bucket Explorer should be only used in accordance with the rules of intellectual property and the existing Criminal Code.
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