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Windows 7 has a built in FTP client hidden beneath the surface, and it's actually pretty good!
While not as robust as a full dedicated client like FileZilla, if you simply need to transfer some files in a pinch Windows 7 offers a pretty decent built-in FTP client.
The site setup is hidden underneath the map network drive dialog, but once setup connecting to an FTP site is as easy as opening a drive or folder.
From the Comptuer folder press ALT on your keyboard to display the toolbar. Click Tools, the Map Network Drive. Click the link labeled Connect to a Web site that you can use to store your documents and pictures - this will launch a new wizard.
Follow the prompts selecting Custom network location. Enter ftp:// followed by your server's domain or IP and click next. On the following screen enter your username is necessary and click next twice, then finish.
You will then be prompted for your FTP account password. After logging in you can drag-and-drop files to and from your FTP server just like you would any other folder.
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