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As stated in title itself, I want to know if there's a resumable upload manager (like download managers) in windows ?

I have googled but couldnt find anything.

The best I could search is upload manager

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what protocol ? What are you uploading and to what? – Logman Sep 20 '12 at 2:03
Either ftp or http, anything that can fulfill the requirement. Uploading images and videos, upto 100mb max – Jashwant Sep 20 '12 at 5:41

For FTP, FileZilla can pause uploads when you click on the toggle processing button in the toolbar.

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Your upload will be paused and resumed when you press the button once again.

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An idea is to use the bit-torrent network. All files transferred over it are resumable.

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