WinSCP is an FTP client that supports SSH, which allows you to easily transfer files to a remote server.
WinSCP allows you to connect to an SSH (Secure Shell) server using the SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP ) or the Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) service. It is also possible to integrate WinSCP with Putty.
It has an intuitive graphical interface (similar to Windows Explorer) and supports "drag & drop" to move files from one window to another (one window represents the local files of the PC and the other the files on the server).
The features are similar to those of other non-free FTP clients such as CuteFTP, while it has a greater number of free software such as Filezilla. It allows you to easily send files to the server and download files from the server to the PC. It also allows you to perform various actions on folders and files hosted on the remote server, such as: creating directories, renaming files and directories, modifying read and write properties (equivalent to the chmod command), creating symbolic links, and some more actions than Could be done from the command line, but they require some minimal knowledge of Linux.
It has an integrated text editor, which can be very useful when you have to make small modifications that require some urgency, over a file, avoiding having to open an external editor for that.
Another useful tool present in this FTP client is the synchronization of folders or directories. If you make changes to several files, and you want to avoid uploading one by one, after finishing with all the updates apply this tool, which is responsible for comparing the local folders with those of the server, and upload only the modified files.
For more information, a complete tutorial is available on the official website of this interesting project.
WinSCP 5.9.2 is the latest version, updated in September 2016, of this application that can be downloaded for free. It works only for Windows and is available in Spanish, both in executable and in portable edition.