Filezilla at a GlanceFilezilla is so easy to download and launch that you might not realize how powerful it is. Just enter a few basic server settings and you’re up and running with a single click. To upload and download files, simply drag and drop them between your Web server and computer. You monitor your actions in the site manager pane, which highlights the status of file uploads and downloads, or bypass the queue with manual transfer. You can also pause or cancel file transfers and even configure transfer speed limits to reduce file transfer errors, making the process of managing your Web site a breeze!
Product DetailsHere is a detailed breakdown of Filezilla’s features:
- FTP, FTPS, and SFTP support—Filezilla gives you a choice between several file transfer protocols and encryption methods, while supporting HTTP and the IPv6 Internet protocol.
- Vital Info at a Glance—Filezilla lets you compare your files with server files in the same directory to see if their file name or size is out of sync via highlighted colors..
- Built-in file management—A site manager lets you order transfer tasks via a server list and a transfer queue. It also supports resume, which means you can pause and continue transfers. Filename filters help locate specific files with the conditions you want. And you can edit server files on-the-fly, without downloading and re-uploading them back to the server.
- Easy to navigate—A tabbed user interface allows you to multitask browse servers to transfer files between them simultaneously. Bookmarks provide easy access to frequently used files. You can also drag and drop files between your computer and Web server.
- Advanced file settings—You can configure transfer speed limits to reduce file transfer errors and a network configuration wizard can assist you to configure any confusing network settings.
- Reduces timeout errors—Filezilla checks your network connection and notifies you if it has been idle for too long by sending a keep-alive command.
- Multi-language support—Filezilla is currently available in 47 languages worldwide.
|FileZilla is a reliable, accessible program with many basic functions and advanced tools for expert users. If you are serious about FTP, FileZilla won’t disappoint.||FileZilla stores your FTP credential in plain text instead of encrypting it. Therefore the onus is on you and your operating system to protect private data.|
- Version: 3.9.01
- File size: 21.6 MB
- Date added: July 7, 2014
- Operating systems: Windows, Mac OS X, & Linux
FileZilla® is a cross-platform FTP, SFTP, and FTPS client with a vast list of features, which supports Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and more. FileZilla's dynamic tools help you move files between your local machine and your Web site's server effortlessly. For example, Filezilla lets you compare your files with in-directory server files to manage file syncing. You can also tab browse between servers and transfer files to them simultaneously, as well as edit server files on the go. And Filezilla is available in 47 languages worldwide!
- FTP client and server
- Supports FTP, FTPS and SFTP
- Built-in file management
- Advanced file settings
- Reduces timeout errors
- Multi-language support
Recursive FTP SUCKS big time. It just continues transferring files endlessly. The UI is getting crappier everyday.
Filezilla Last Version that will work with Windows XP (32bit). Filezilla v126.96.36.199 Other file that you may also need... You will need this file which Filezilla hasn't mentioned that you will also need. Normaliz.dll v6.0.5441.0 (or other version that works with XP 32bit) Place it in Filezilla folder run FileZilla and it should run without problem. Download from a dll files site example maybe dll-files or other such place do an on-line virus check of the file before using it. -- Oh heck another dumb site ok rate zero because no longer developed for XP where it could easily be still developed for XP. Filezilla took Microsoft advice instead of using there brains. Of course Microsoft would advice to stop support for XP since it affect sales of all there newer OS's. So many because they cannot seem to make XP again. Microsoft may now know they should have kept with the XP Theme, Icons and the Exact folder structure including hiding all the desktop and folder .ini files. Sure they could have changed only a lot of other sub OS code instead to make XP better than any newer OS they have done. To late Microsoft now may fear. To late to go back and do it correctly. So people use XP still or have a newer OS running XP (in Virtual Mode) or are booting from XP using an image file using Virtual XP mode. Microsoft has lost it way and very likely it is without Bill Gates that they are so lost without him !