Air Explorer supports the best cloud servers:
OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Google Drive, Amazon Cloud Drive, 4shared, Box, Dropbox, Mega, Mediafire, Yandex, Baidu, Hidrive, pCloud, Mail.ru, WebDAV, Mail.com, Adrive, Magenta Cloud, Stack Storage, Datto Drive, FTP and SFTP.
List of changes:
-Support for Command Line (more info).
-Faster start of upload folders, folders are created while uploading.
-Faster start of transfer folders, folders are created while transferring and calculates the total size up to 8 times faster.
-Faster start of download folders, analyze the folders now is up to 8x faster and folders are created while downloading.
-Improved upload performance to Mediafire.
-Auto refresh free space indicator each 10 MB uploaded if free space <1 GB or each 100 MB uploaded if free space > 1 GB.
-Copied cloud files now can be pasted as text to get the full path of a file or folder (this text can be used easily later in the Air Explorer command line tool).
-Fixed error showing logs window.
-Fixed issue with some file names in WebDAV.
-Fixed issue moving accounts up or down.
-Fixed issue removing accounts with the same name.
-Fixed issue importing accounts with the same name.
-Fixed folder type in folder properties window.
-Accounts window can now be resized.
–Updated Russian translation (thanks to Timofey).
-Updated Korean translation (thanks to JaeHyung).
First, you have to create an account in OneDrive for Business.
If the OneDrive for business account is inside an organization, it needs to have administrator rights to be able to connect with 3rd party applications or the administrator must give the user account rights to use 3rd party applications.
Follow the steps on the link below to grant the rights:https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Turning-Integrated-Apps-on-or-off-7e453a40-66df-44ab-92a1-96786cb7fb34
Then, you can enter your password and user in Air Explorer and start to work with it.
Dropbox uses Lepton, a compression format, to encode jpg images and saved storage space. Lepton is a lossless open source algorithm capable of compressing images at 5 MB/s and decompressing them at 15 MB/s. This compression format allows the compression of JPEG images saving on average a 22% of size without losing quality in the process of compression and when it is decompressed the image is exactly the original one. You can imitate to Dropbox and compress your JPG to save space in your cloud servers using WinLep.
WinLep compresses JPEG and decompresses LEP, moreover it can display JPEG and LEP compressed files.
Encryption is a great way to keep valuable data safe in your cloud storage. Air Explorer can encrypt your files and folders when you upload them to the cloud. The encryption protocol used is Rijndael ECB with a 256 bits key.
When you encrypt in Air Explorer, it is required to set a password, which allows you to encrypt the file and to decrypt it later on when you want to view it again. For the password, you can use as many characters as you want and any UTF-8 character.
List of changes:
-Updated Google Drive, in some circunstances it showed error 400 when a file was uploaded.
-Fixed, file date was not kept when updating files in Google Drive.
-Fixed Synchronization window resizing.
-In the search window now the accounts alias are shown in the list.
-Fixed dates in file properties window.
-Updated Japanese translation (Thanks to Tilt).
-Added Indonesian translation (Thanks to elmph123).
-Updated Italian translattion (Thanks to Alex).
-Updated Malay translation (Thanks to elmph123).
The new version of Air Explorer includes support to Amazon Cloud Drive and new features.
List of changes:
-Added Amazon Cloud Drive support.
-Added download limit speed (Pro only).
-Added upload limit speed (Pro only).
-Start a synchronization automatically using the command line:
*AirExplorer.exe -runsync [SyncName].
*This command can be used in the Windows Task Scheduler to Schedule periodic synchronizations.
-Updated WebDAV support for Owncloud servers and others.
-Changed SkyDrive for OneDrive in the OneDrive root folder.