CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3

CloudBerry Explorer for Amazon S3

Explorer for Amazon S3 provides a user interface to Amazon S3 accounts allowing to access, move and manage files across your local storage and S3 buckets. File browser for Amazon S3 by CloudBerry is available in two versions – Freeware and PRO.

Free Amazon S3 client comes with full support for such AWS features and services as Server Side Encryption, Lifecycle rules, Amazon CloudFront, Bucket Policies and more.

Supported OS: Windows 7 or higher; Windows Server 2008 or higher
System requirements: Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0, 1.4 GHz 64-bit processor, 512 MB RAM, 32 GB minimum disk space, Gigabit (10/100/1000baseT) Ethernet adapter

Introductory videos

Do you want to get started with CloudBerry Explorer, the most simplistic, but functional freeware software for managing your Amazon Storage? These videos are aimed to guide you through all of the necessary steps, starting from installation process to setting up more advanced features and options like ACL, S3 URLs and many more.
  • Quick tour: installation and basic settings

    In this quick tour you will learn about basic options and features of CloudBerry Explorer, a software designed to simplify the process of managing your Amazon S3 accounts. The video is aimed to show you basic and advanced settings of CloudBerry Explorer, such as:

    • Tab view
    • Content types
    • Copy/move settings
    • User interface overview
    • Options overview
  • Setting up an Amazon S3 account

    In this video you will learn how to add your Amazon S3 Account to the CloudBerry Explorer. If there’s any problem with finding your AWS Access and Secret keys, you can watch this video to find out where they are. By watching this video you will learn how to:

    • Add a new S3 account
    • Manage your accounts in CloudBerry Explorer
    • Find out Access and Secret Keys location
  • Creating an Amazon S3 bucket

    Any problems with creating Amazon S3 Buckets in CloudBerry Explorer? Watch this video and we will guide you through all of the possible issues with S3 Buckets and explain AWS bucket naming rules. In this video you will learn how to:

    • Create a bucket
    • Choose bucket location
    • Assign permissions with Access Control List (ACL)