Filezilla Client For Mac Os X

  1. Filezilla Client For Mac Os X
Mac

FileZilla is simply run by double-clicking the FileZilla.exe file (default location for Windows: 'C: Program Files FileZilla FTP Client FileZilla.exe') or one of the shortcuts on the desktop or in the start menu that you may have created during the installation of FileZilla.

  • Installs 'Avira' and 5 other programs under that name without an option to opt out.

  • It is good

  • It is good

  • When it works it's OK although the 'the file changed do you want to transfer it' feature should be something that can be disabled easily. Similarly, choosing binary or ASCII transfers is too cumbersome if not using auto mode. All of which one would tolerate in a free product if it worked reliably. But it plain and simply doesn't. Especially for files larger than about 100M. Where other FTP clients breeze through, Filezilla just barfs. So overall this is not a product I would recommend.

  • I've seen a lot of bad reviews for FileZilla, but notice that they all seem to relate to the Windows version. I use FileZilla on the Mac, and consequently don't encounter any of the problems with additional unwanted software being installed. I have to say that I find the software sufficient for all of my FTP needs. It's a good, solid piece of software. One thing I have noticed though is that you get plenty of updates. I seem to be offered a new update almost every time I use it!

Filezilla Client For Mac Os X

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