How to Easily Upload Multiple Files at Once to cPanel

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Uploading multiple files all at once to your hosting accounts cPanel should not be too difficult. Yet, for most it is. This method already existed out there, but needed an update as to whether it’s still relevant in 2019. See for yourself here in this video.

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