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Justin McClelland | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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I use Filezilla daily to FTP into the web files utilized by my company websites. It is a simple app that allows me to access and administer many web files.
  • FileZilla is very simple and intuitive to use.
  • I like that you can have multiple connections open at once.
  • The updates could run automatically as an option, the way it is now I'm presented an update option quite frequently
  • HT access files could be downloaded easier instead of going through a whole renaming process beforehand.
I like FileZilla because it's straightforward and gets the job done quickly. I would like for it to show file sizes more accurately; however, If I want to know filesizes of a folder, I can't rely on FileZilla as it's not accurate.
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Keisha Chavers | TrustRadius Reviewer
January 21, 2020

Easy and Quick

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FileZilla is being used by me to access our company and client FTP web files. It assists with file backups and is a helpful tool when migrating sites. It provides a quick interface for access files that need updating. It solves the problem of remembering client accounts and makes it quick to navigate between client files.
  • Creating multiple site sites and managing them is easy to navigate.
  • File management is easy to use. Creating backups and managing updates of the remote site is a breeze.
  • There could be a better interface for managing file and folder permissions.
  • Uploading and downloading many files can sometimes be slow. An estimated time of completion could help make the transition more enduring.
When setting up multiple sites quickly, many sites offer a FileZilla file that quickly and easily sets up FTP access to their site. If updates are needed to many site files, downloading those many files may take time as opposed to updating them directly on the server. Keeping the local files up to date is important especially working in a team environment.
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Robert Gephart | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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The internet today continues to simplify the user/designer experience and hide the nuts and bolts of moving and editing individual files. But when things start to go awry, you need to be able to interface directly with files located on servers in the cloud. That is where FileZilla becomes the must-have app on your computer. If you ever have to FTP into a server to copy, delete, transfer or edit files, this is the best program to use.
  • It is the best program for FTP transfers.
  • If you download it from the developer's page it is ad-free!
  • FTP can be finicky.
  • Filezilla has a lot of options that can seem very complicated.
If you have a website and need to access the files on your web server, this is the program for you. It is very easy to grab entire folders to create local copies that you can then work on while offline. FileZilla can be overkill for new users. It has tons of features that may be confusing, but I'm not aware of a better/simpler FTP client. FileZilla has been the industry standard for a long time.
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Chris Oros | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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FileZilla is being used by our Customer Experience and IT departments. Using FileZilla helps our company address secure FTP exchanges. Specifically, FileZilla helps us retrieve encrypted or non-encrypted files from our third-party vendors. Being able to directly connect to external servers and retrieve files, with or without keys, as well as drop files on our own servers, is ideal for sending large files or smaller files that need encrypted.
  • FileZilla provides an easy-to-understand application for non-IT users, such as our Customer Experience department.
  • FileZilla allows various departments to exchange files- encrypted and non-encrypted- in a quick and easy process
  • Moving files between internal servers are very easy with FileZilla, particularly between Linux and Windows servers.
  • FileZilla being free is very attractive to any organization, especially if the budget does not allow for many licenses of a product.
  • Easy compatibility with PuTTy allows any user to use a topical application to view Unix-oriented scripts and navigate directories.
  • The editing and viewing feature in FileZilla is not as user-friendly as some other applications. Editing sometimes requires downloading a file and editing it, and then re-applying the file.
  • Placing and saving encryption keys can sometimes be difficult for non-expert users. FileZilla-driven prompts to assist in this would be helpful.
  • The cluttered interface sometimes seems non-navigable. There are many times too many windows and unclear where the actual "action" is occurring.
FileZilla is well-suited for users of all experience levels. There are features with FileZilla that allow experienced users and novice users to both use the application, albeit with different purposes. Novice users can use FileZilla to simply move files internally, or drop files on external servers. Experienced users can use FileZilla for sending encrypted files or viewing Linux directories, as well as editing files in those directories.
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Michael Anderson | TrustRadius Reviewer
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My production team uses FileZilla to deliver broadcast commercials to stations around the country through FTP.
  • FileZilla does well managing and saving destinations for future use. The bookmark section is well laid out and easy to navigate.
  • The UI of the program is more modern and user friendly than many of the alternative solutions I've seen.
  • The program pushes out updates often to improve performance and squash bugs.
  • Some of the more secure methods of transfer are not on by default
FileZilla is great if you need to access FTP for things like broadcast delivery or file transfer to remote servers.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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FileZilla is used by a very limited audience within our organization, typically used by the people who work on virtual machines and are working on multiple Operating Systems at once. I work on Linux and Windows simultaneously for my software development work and heavily use FileZilla on a daily basis. It solves problems of having a physical media to transfer your files, and allow virtual connections over our local network and allow the file sharing without any hassle.
  • Easy to connect: Connecting two Operating Systems via FileZilla is extremely easy. You just need to key in the IP of the system to which you wish to connect and by default, the port which is being used is port number 22 which makes a connection via Secure Shell. Once you key in the IP (make sure SSH is enabled on both of your machines), you open up a files/ folder hierarchy which displays the data on both the machines and you can drag and drop any data and the transfer will seamlessly happen over your local network.
  • Amazing GUI: The GUI being delivered by this platform is extremely simple to use. You need not have any mastery over the technical aspect to use this software. All you need is to know how to pull the IP address of a system and you shall be all ready to configure and start using this tool.
  • Server version for Linux: The FileZilla Server version is only available for Windows and not available for the Linux Operating System. As we have a huge Linux fan base and most of the servers being deployed on Linux across the world, there is a need for the server version of this software to be available on Linux.
  • Proper tutorials for all the available features: I sometimes feel that this tool offers so many advanced features, but most of them remain hidden behind some nested options. This happens because of a lack of official tutorials of this tool.
If you are a person who moves to-and-fro between multiple systems in one day because of your job responsibilities or any other matter of fact, this tool will help you transfer your data on any system in seconds. You will forget the traditional way of plugging in a pen drive and copying the data and then mounting the pen-drive on a different system and pulling the data. FileZilla simply connects your two systems seamlessly and allows you to transfer the files via its amazing and easy to use GUI.

In case you just have one system and do not work on multiple systems in your day to day activities, then this might not be a good tool for you. As you might not end up moving data much so this tool will be hardly used on your system.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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I use FileZilla to download and upload documents from our web servers in instances where files are not managed through Git. FileZilla has a simple and easy to use interface that makes accomplishing these tasks quick and painless. We can also store some of our SFTP information in the application so that we do not have to reconfigure each use.
  • Safe and secure SFTP connections.
  • Quickly transfer files.
  • Nothing I can think of!
FileZilla is an easy-to-recommend software product because it is so easy to use. Once an SFTP connection has been configured in the application it is easy for a non-technical user to repeatedly use the tool. The interface is basically a side by side file browser that you can drag files between your local computer and the webserver.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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We use FileZilla to move large book files between freelance editors and developers and also use it when sending book files to our foreign coworkers who will translate the material into other languages. It is used by people within our organization. It addresses the problem of moving large files (over 25MB) electronically between needed individuals.
  • File distribution.
  • Ease of use into the direct folder you need to put it.
  • I wish that it would have an easier dashboard to highlight exactly where you are in the program.
It is well suited for places where you need to move large documents and files between entities. We use it for uploading files to our trading partners for Onix feeds into the trade. If the files are under 25MB, it's probably easier to simply use email, but if you are working with original design files, this works great.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 19, 2019

My review of FileZilla

Score 7 out of 10
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I'm not sure if FileZilla is being used across the entire organization, but my team has been using it for years. We are currently using Filezilla for the secure file transfer protocol or SFTP. This is how we are able to transfer secure data from files on our computers to our payroll system (Ceridian). It can be a bit tedious, but it works.
  • File transfers.
  • We have a production and test database to transfer to.
  • It lets you know when your files error out.
  • Sometimes it can be tricky to find out where your file went.
  • Some transfers take longer than others.
  • The application crashes from time to time, causing you to have to start over.
We use FileZilla for data transfers that we cannot do directly in Ceridian or other applications. It is helpful in transferring data in and out of various systems, which helps to eliminate a lot of the manual work that we used to do.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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We use FileZilla to basically connect to our internal FTP, SFTP, and B2B sites. We can save the state of the connections and do not have to enter passwords again and again. We can also open multiple connections to different systems without any issues. It is also similar to Total commander.
  • It connects to FTP servers.
  • It connects well to SFTP hosts.
  • The free version does not allow connections to cloud-based storage.
FileZilla is well suited for all our needs to access FTP/SFTP based remote hosts where we access and place files for B2B and other kinds of interactions. We write integrations between these systems, and FileZilla makes it easy to retrieve the files in these locations. It is less appropriate for cloud-based storage systems in its free version.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We use the client for most FTP, FTP and SFTP connections to internal and external servers. The client version is used across the organization fro these needs. We also use the server version to transfer files to and from our web servers. The server version is implemented and managed solely by the IT department.
  • Easy to use
  • Cost is a huge plus!
  • Meets security requirements.
  • I'd like to see the server handle SFTP in addtion to FTP and FTP/S. We run into this need now and again and have to use another product for SFTP hosting.
The cost and quality combination is a sure win for implementations where you need a easy to use graphical FTP client or server. Both client and server are easy to implement and use. They both fulfill the primary goal of a full featured client and server admirably. The only reason we use any other product is when SFTP is required server side.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 13, 2019

Good FTP client software

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We use FileZilla for file transfer between our internal FTP servers and external clients. Of the software we tested here, it has become our favorite.
  • Good FTP address management.
  • Synchronization between local and remote folders.
  • Easily locate remote files.
  • The interface is a bit polluted, could be better.
For file transfers between local and remote machines, this is the best software. You can manage the addresses of FTP servers by grouping them into folders. You can synchronize the browsing of your local folders with remote folders. Edit files and save them directly to remote FTP.
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Nicholas De Salvo | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Filezilla is the default FTP client in our company. Though not everyone uses it, it is installed by default on every single one of our office computers. We use it to quickly transfer files between local machines and client servers. It is a free solution to one of our most common actions in the office; uploading files to servers.
  • Site manager for storing login credentials.
  • Easy drag and drop interface for transferring files.
  • Multiple connections in different tabs.
  • I would love a command line interface so I could more easily perform actions on the server. For example, you can upload a compressed folder to the server relatively easily, but there is no easy way to extract it on the server without switching to an SSH client.
  • Uploading directories with hundreds of files can take a very long time, which is why it's desirable to upload them as zip (or tar) files and extract them on server.
FileZilla is great for uploading and downloading files on a remote server. It offers a strong and intuitive drag and drop interface which is easy for even novice users to understand. What it isn't really good at is managing files on the server. It's much easier to move and delete files at the command line than it is to do the same actions via FTP. This isn't specific to FileZilla though, it is an inherent drawback of FTP in general.
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Ankit Goyal | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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I use FileZilla for most of my FTP activities like uploading/downloading files. It is very lightweight and easy to use. On top of everything, it's free. One of the best open source software in any category. As an integration consultant, I often come to projects where files present on FTP need to be integrated. This requires a lot of uploading/downloading of files for testing purposes. FileZilla comes in handy in these scenarios. Its Pro version is also not very costly. What I most like is that I can give this to any new team member and they can start working on it right away without the need for training.
  • Very lightweight and easy to use. Very simple interface. Literally, no training required for the user of any role.
  • Quick connect feature remembers your credentials and let you connect to previously connected sites in one click.
  • Most importantly, it's free! Pro version is not that costly either.
  • We can limit the network speed too. It often comes in handy when we need to save some bandwidth for other processes.
  • Support for the product is one area for improvement but having a free/cost effective (pro version), you can't complain much.
  • Some would say its interface is not very pretty, but it's easy to use which matters most.
FileZilla is useful for all type of FTP activities like uploading/downloading files, etc. It has a very simple and self-explanatory interface so it is well suited for newbies. You can give it to any team member and they can start playing with your FTP server.
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Valery Mezentsau | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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At my current (and previous) positions, I use FileZilla as the main FTP server and client solutions to exchange files between my company and other clients or sister companies. It simplifies the task to manage, edit and transfer files on remote systems. This solution especially helps to provide access to files for remote users such as consultants and contractors that don't have internal user accounts.
  • FileZilla has a very user-friendly interface that allows non-tech savvy employees to use it without any IT department assistance. A few simple screenshots in an email to the end user and all works fine.
  • Very fast and reliable solution. Transfers all files without any issues.
  • Drag-n-drop support saves time.
  • "Quickconnect" - very useful option, especially if you need to connect to FTP server once. For example to upload log files to third-party support services FTP server.
  • Tree hierarchy for the folders navigation - on practice helps a lot.
  • Would be very helpful to have site to site transfer option.
  • Ability to edit files on the FTP server. Sometimes you need to make quick minor changes, so opening them on an FTP server can save some time. However, this is not critical.
  • Would be awesome to have more functions to interact with the remote server, such as SSH console, etc.
  • Scheduled file transfers would be very helpful.
  • On the server side - very often need to have more granular access permissions. I mean it needs to give permissions for specific files but not to the entire folder.
FileZilla is one of my favorite tools. This software will be easy to use for all, not-tech savvy users and to IT specialists. Lots of third-party services require you to use FileZilla, so I wouldn't recommend any other solutions as well. Supports all known types of FTP connections. And it is free, what can be better? Plus the Pro version is pretty cheap and gives way more options for file transfers out of FTP limitations and works with third-party cloud services like Google Drive, One Drive, DropBox, etc.
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Atilla Vekony | TrustRadius Reviewer
January 31, 2019

Easy and fast FTP client

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I use FileZilla as an FTP client to upload and download files from a remote server. Specifically, FileZilla allows me transfer many files at once, such as when I want to back up a live website to a local computer.
  • Manages multiple accounts, usernames and passwords to FTP sites well.
  • Ability to export and import account credentials is great.
  • Fast file upload.
  • Very often there's an update available for the FileZilla program. That would be fine, except that you are not asked whether you want to download the update or not; it is automatically downloaded to your computer when you start the program. It would be great if it prompted whether I wanted to download the update or not.
FileZilla is great to transfer files using FTP and SFTP.
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Swagata Bhattacharyya | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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FileZilla is used across my organization. We love the feature of saving the credentials for multiple sites that we access frequently and don't have to type it the credentials every time. It's suitable for both small and big downloads. It supports both FTP and SFTP which is an added advantage as well.
  • Supports FTP and SFTP.
  • You can open files directly from the remote location in one click.
  • You can save multiple profiles with their credentials and don't have to type in the credentials every time.
  • It displays the status of the transfer.
  • It lets you connect to multiple FTP locations in different tabs simultaneously.
  • The ability to schedule transfers would be a good addition.
It is a wonderful tool for your day to day FTP needs. It's a lightweight tool supporting both secure and non-secure FTP. It lets you connect to multiple FTP locations in different tabs simultaneously. You can save the FTP profiles for easy access later.

I don't think you can schedule downloads using this.
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Justin Roodman | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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I personally use FileZilla for uploading files to and downloading files from our web server via FTP. FileZilla lets me queue up multiple files for upload/download and it is generally faster than logging into the server cPanel and using the file manager. FileZilla also provides a site manager which allows me to save credentials for multiple sites.
  • Provides a simple layout with a two-pane interface that shows folders and files in a graphical directory tree structure
  • Features drag and drop for uploading and downloading files - makes it quick to do so.
  • The program notifies you when there are failed transfers. Makes it easier to avoid missing an upload.
  • TLS connection issue -- by default when logging via FTP, FileZilla will force a connection with TLS, which is not supported on some servers, including one of ours.
  • Lacks an in-program text editor -- you have to download files from the server and open them with a local program like Notepad to edit. Then you need to re-upload them.
  • It seems like there are never-ending updates needed to the free version. I'm not sure these updates are product improvements versus a way to advertise their sponsors.
FileZilla is a solid FTP program for beginner users and power users alike. The user interface is simple to understand, and the program offers all of the features that you could need for doing file transfers. Compared to other FTP programs that I have used in the past (Bulletproof FTP and CuteFTP), FileZilla performs well and is easy to use.
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Jerry Janes | TrustRadius Reviewer
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I use FileZilla to transfer website files onto remote servers. Many hosting solutions provide file management solutions, but often they are limited in functionality, not to mention proprietary, where FileZilla remains Open Source and in my opinion, a better file transfer solution than others I have used. One example is that Linux, the OS I use, works perfectly and simply with FileZilla. If you seek a user-friendly FTP solution, this is a great one to start and stick with.
  • User friendly across the board
  • Supports multiple FTP protocols including FTPS and SFTP
  • Available for multiple Operating Systems including Windows, OS and of course, Linux
  • Supports resume feature
  • Transfers large files
  • Site Manager easily centralizes multiple sites
  • Drag & drop supported
  • Keep-alive function
  • In the past, I have read that its plain text password storage was a security risk. I know FileZilla's programmers have explained this is not so, but I still would like to see encrypted storage.
If you are new to FTP, FileZilla is an ideal program as it is fully functional and as user friendly as possible. FTP can be daunting to new users, but this makes it relatively easy.
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Sean Pomory | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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FileZilla is being used by the Marketing and Information Technology departments. It is used by one person in Marketing, and many in IT. We use it as an easy (and free) way to access all of our websites and Intranet securely and quickly. This tool is necessary for us to accomplish on server development since many in the organization are not trained on Git.
  • Free! FileZilla is free, so it's hard to beat for ROI.
  • In MacOS, the layout and design is very pleasant.
  • Easily save and reuse credentials.
  • Easy to use UI.
  • Windows UI is very clunky.
  • Time outs can happen unexpectedly.
  • Very little to no support. Most support is through user forums.
If you need to securely access a site to get into the code, FileZilla is needed. If you are familiar with Git, there may be a better option for you, but FileZilla is an easy way to transfer and edit files from local to dev and live environments. If you are accessing sites from public networks (which you should never do) FileZilla can cause an additional security breakpoint since passwords are saved in plaintext.
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Reges Mendes | TrustRadius Reviewer
February 04, 2019

FileZilla Review

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I use it for myself in my daily work to update files on our company's servers. It's often used by colleagues also.
  • It's nice to maintain applications and sites up to date since offers very useful features.
  • It could be better on handling multiple connections at once. There should be a feature to execute the same action, like upload a file on multiple servers at once. This would be useful when you need to update a file on more than one server.
It's very useful in every environment where you have to transfer files via FTP protocol.
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Eric Thorsteinson | TrustRadius Reviewer
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I am the only one using FileZilla as far as I know right now. I use it to help securely send files to another company's server. I use it just about every day and it's been so simple and easy to use. I looked at other types of file transfer but found that FileZilla was the fastest and easiest to use.
  • FileZilla is so fast and simple to use. Once I downloaded it on to my computer, I was able to create a shortcut for it and just click to open. I saved the login information and that's helped me get into it much faster and easier.
  • FileZilla is very simple to install and use. It's very straight forward and makes transferring data between companies safe and simple.
  • I think this helps the site be one of the leaders in its field by making things simple and easy for users.
  • I really don't know of any areas that FileZilla could improve upon currently. They may be able to increase the ability of users to move more data at the same time or do it even faster in the future.
  • They have done a really great job creating FileZilla and it's very user-friendly.
I think FileZilla is one of the best ways to transfer very important and secure data between companies. It's very easy to install and to use on a daily basis. Once you save your login information, it can be pulled up very quickly and the data moved from one file to another very fast. Any company that has to move files between another company securely could benefit from FileZilla.
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Cameron Renfro | TrustRadius Reviewer
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I use FileZilla almost daily. It is my primary FTP client for all web development and remote file management needs with nearly 300 sites/servers saved for immediate access. It is fast, effective, and an industry standard, making it easy to recommend to others knowing support is abundantly available for them if they were to need it.
  • FileZilla is universally supported by every 3rd party service I have ever worked with.
  • It's is fast and effective.
  • The interface isn't the prettiest, but it's fully functional and clearly laid out.
If you need an FTP client, look no further than Filezilla. I can't think of a situation where I wouldn't recommend it.
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Nick Throlson | TrustRadius Reviewer
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I use Filezilla to update content and keep WordPress files current. FileZilla makes it easy to manage all files and folders via FTP.
  • Upload
  • Managing FTP Sites
  • Multiple Connections
  • File Transfers
  • Fewer Updates
  • Cleaner UI
Great tool to use, very simple and user-friendly. It has no adware or add-ons that slow down your computer. Filezilla helps when downloading all of a site's images and putting them on a thumb drive for a client who needs to print them. It is a very easy way of keeping things organized online and offline.
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FileZilla has been my go-to FTP/FTPS client (and server when needed) for roughly 15 years. As a freelance developer, I've used FileZilla-- as well as in my full-time job-- in various roles at multiple different organizations. In my current organization, FileZilla is used as the primary FTP client for end-users. It is delivered via SCCM to any end-user who wishes to have an FTP client. FileZilla is lightweight, open-source, and provides all of the security features we need for SSL/TLS encryption when transferring sensitive data--or any data for that matter, to servers.
  • FTPS (File Transfer Protocol Secure) over SSL/TLS. This is absolutely essential for transferring sensitive data.
  • It's open-source, and not a proprietary application, which means we can review the source to determine if there are any nefarious functions.
  • It's extremely lightweight, with a simple interface that allows for quick and easy transferring of data. No mucking around if you're a novice, and lots to be dug into if you're an advanced user. It has everything A-Z.
  • Cross-Platform support. I've used FileZilla on multiple different operating systems, and it runs super smooth on them all.
  • Resuming file transfers. If the client crashes, or your internet goes down, you can be reassured you'll be able to resume your transfer next time you launch FileZilla.
  • Being in a bilingual Country, it's been beneficial to have multi-language support.
  • The UX/UI is slightly dated. But Since I'm an original user of FileZilla, this is not really a big deal to me personally. Although I would like to see an updated interface at some point, it does not one bit take away from the overall objective of FileZilla.
FileZilla is extremely easy to use. If you've ever used an FTP client, you will have no issues navigating this layout--it will be familiar to even the most novice users, as it draws inspiration from years of similar design features seen throughout windows applications. When you're working in a secure environment that requires you to transfer sensitive files securely over intranet or internet, FileZilla is an excellent choice, as it's both open-source and supports FTPS over SSL/TLS. As well, it also provides SSH FTP, which I've personally used to transfer files to my own personal Linux server. Filezilla allows you to have an unlimited amount of connections (tabbed) to multiple remote servers. This is useful if you work in an environment that requires the management of lots of servers. If you're a server administrator, FileZilla is an absolute must for your toolbox of utility software. One of my recent favorites is the support of IPV6, since our environment has recently upgraded its infrastructure to IPV6.
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