When you go to Linux, you have the option to use scp in the command line, which I think it's not easy.
What I discovered today is that Dolphin, the KDE default file manager, and in my opinion, the best file manager ever built, can replace WinSCP without any problem.
In order to connect to your server using Dolphin, you just have to type in the address bar:
You will be asked to type the password, and then you will be able to copy, move, delete, and so on just like if you were working on your local disc. Simple like that.
I hope it help.