Hi. My opinion is that WinSCP is the best tool for working with ssh \ ftp on Windows. And probably on MacOS too (there are not so convenient clients).
But actually, I wanted to call it "Why does winscp hate users?
The reason for this idea is in the simple user experience that 100% of application users encounter when they first try to connect:
When you make a mistake in the input field (choose the wrong protocol \ port \ username \ password \ remote server is sleeping) - you will see the connection error. OK. But you can't easily fix your mistake and connect again.
If you have a connection error Winscp clears all 5 fields of the connection settings, to the left of me just carefully entered them. This is just a diabolical joke, offers to re-enter all the fields. Even if you made a mistake in just 1 digit of the port or password.
3. completely clean. https://prnt.sc/vtuhcr
Why can't we not clear the fields, but leave the opportunity to fix them? Who likes to fill in all forms again ?
Maybe the function of saving the context of the last session is already present in the program, but it is off by default? Tell us how to enable it...
I won't say that other ftp\ssh clients have the possibility to fix the bug and try to connect again. And there is a history of the last connections, where you can quickly re-connect to a recent server, even if it is not saved in the bookmarks.
And yes, I'm not talking about a situation where connections are worth adding to the bookmarks. I am talking about a situation when I need to connect to a server once and do something, I don't plan to connect to it at all again. But connecting to such servers is a real torture.
Please give me hope that it can be made more convenient in the future.