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Sometimes you don't want to bother logging into your web hosting control panel to access a file for editing you need to do. Let's look at some admin area file managers for Joomla which can save the effort!

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  • The video is about exploring different file managers for the admin area of Joomla.
    - The speaker, Tim Davis, mentions that these file managers are for accessing files in the web hosting control panel.
    - Tim introduces a sponsor,, offering site audits and Joomla site management tools.
    - He mentions a request for viewers to send background images for his live streams.
    - Tim talks about a past live stream and mentions that his live streams are not always organized.
    - He discusses the need for user-friendly file managers in Joomla.
    - Tim starts by showcasing Foca Commander, explaining its features and options.
    - He mentions having technical difficulties with Foca Commander on Joomla 4.
    - Tim demonstrates basic functions like renaming, viewing, editing, copying, and moving files.
    - He also shows how to make a new folder, delete files, and unpack zip files in Foca Commander.
    - Tim mentions the convenience of using such tools for quick file management without logging into the cPanel.
    - He plans to look at JCE Editor as another file manager option.


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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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