I'm sorry my post was misleading. I did not mean to be suggesting downloading Linux or anything else :-) I just meant to say that I could FTP with Windows 10. I think your problem is more than likely a firewall setting somewhere. The only firewall, antivirus, and/or malware protection I run is Windows 10 built in.
way above average user knowledge base but a must for developers, website gurus and all others with high tec employment.
my attempt just minutes ago to enter ftp from cmd took may all the way and then, just kicked me out for bad password, although I was currently logged into my ftp manager using my own methods from 3rd party app. MS you are so sorry sometimes. Anyhow I recommend a more user friendly approach to this, like a text editor, notepad ++ or perhaps filezilla or somesuch if you have the need.
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