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'''FileZilla 3 ''' is the next generation (S)FTP-client from the FileZilla project. It is platform independent and supports operating systems like Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, *BSD and Mac OS X.
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== Features ==
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* Easy to use
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* Supports FTP, FTP over SSL/TLS (FTPS) and SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)
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* Cross-platform. Runs on Windows, Linux, *BSD, OSX and more
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* IPv6 support
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* Available in many languages
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* Supports resume and transfer of large files >4GB
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* Powerful [[Site Manager]] and transfer queue
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* Bookmark
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* Drag & drop support
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* Configurable Speed limits
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* [[Filename_Filters|Filename filters]]
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* [[Using#Directory_Comparison|Directory Comparison]]
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* Network configuration wizard
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* The ability to use Notepad or any other program to edit a file online (the real action behind the scenes: downloading it to a temporary place and re-uploading it upon saving)
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* HTTP/1.1, SOCKS5 and FTP Proxy support
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* Logging to file
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* [[Using#Synchronized_Browsing|Synchronized directory browsing]]
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* Remote file search
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== More information ==
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- You can follow the development in the [http://forum.filezilla-project.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=64 FileZilla 3 development diary]. There's also a detailed technical [http://filezilla-project.org/changelog.php changelog] available.
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- Learn how to [[Compiling_FileZilla_3_under_Windows | compile FileZilla 3 under Windows]] or [[Compiling_FileZilla_3_under_Mac_OS_X | Mac OS X]] (for developers)
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== Tips & Tricks  ==
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- Holding ctrl+alt+shift while starting FileZilla resets the default GUI layout.
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== Changes ==
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For a list of enduser visible changes, have a look at the [http://filezilla-project.org/versions.php version history].
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For a detailed list of all changes committed to the source code repository, see the [http://filezilla-project.org/changelog.php changelog].

Revision as of 09:04, 10 January 2013

FileZilla 3 is the next generation (S)FTP-client from the FileZilla project. It is platform independent and supports operating systems like Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, *BSD and Mac OS X.

Features

  • Easy to use
  • Supports FTP, FTP over SSL/TLS (FTPS) and SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)
  • Cross-platform. Runs on Windows, Linux, *BSD, OSX and more
  • IPv6 support
  • Available in many languages
  • Supports resume and transfer of large files >4GB
  • Powerful Site Manager and transfer queue
  • Bookmark
  • Drag & drop support
  • Configurable Speed limits
  • Filename filters
  • Directory Comparison
  • Network configuration wizard
  • The ability to use Notepad or any other program to edit a file online (the real action behind the scenes: downloading it to a temporary place and re-uploading it upon saving)
  • HTTP/1.1, SOCKS5 and FTP Proxy support
  • Logging to file
  • Synchronized directory browsing
  • Remote file search

Contents

More information

- You can follow the development in the FileZilla 3 development diary. There's also a detailed technical changelog available.

- Learn how to compile FileZilla 3 under Windows or Mac OS X (for developers)

Tips & Tricks

- Holding ctrl+alt+shift while starting FileZilla resets the default GUI layout.

Changes

For a list of enduser visible changes, have a look at the version history.

For a detailed list of all changes committed to the source code repository, see the changelog.