I am evaluating tools to use for non-automated uploads of files to Azure storage. I have been testing the Free version of CloudBerry Explorer and found that the bandwidth options appear to be restricted to 10000KB (too low for multiple TB) or unlimited (potentially choking the pipe for everything else). Does the professional version allow greater throttled bandwidth settings or does it have the same cap?
Freeware is limited to 2 threads and there's also a 5GB object limit, Pro version doesn't have these limitations. Feel free to test out the trial version, it should work better.
Do purchase it and then have a 15 day period that is considered trial? Didn't see an option to download without purchase.
If you downloaded the installer, just click on Start 15 days trial.
You should see 3 options:
1. Free edition
2. Start trial
3. Enter your purchased license.
Found the option to start the trial under Help in the freeware version. I'll start it from there once the current test completes.
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