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Konqueror has support for browsing all sorts of protocols, not just FTP, HTTP/HTTPS, and the handful usually supported by Web browsers. By using the fish: prefix, for instance, you can browse another site over SSH, or use sftp: for secure FTP. Want an easy way to copy files from one server to another? Set up a split window in Konqueror, and browse both servers using fish://server , and then drag and drop files from one system to another. The only difference between working with local files and remote files using Konqueror is speed.