January 18th, 2009 by Keith

Filezilla 3.2.0 Released

Posted in Business Software, Development Software, Fun Stuff, Linux, Mac OS, Site News, Software Companies, Solaris, Web Apps, Windows

Filezilla is one of the most popular and widely-used FTP applications. Despite it being an open-source program, it has surpassed its expectation by many users such that even some enterprises are using them as part of their work.

There are two kinds of Filezilla programs – one as a Client, and secondly as a Server. The client application is mainly by end users to connect up to the server to upload and download files to and from the destination. The server is the centralised location that stores the file.

The latest version of Filezilla Client 3.2.0 has just been released with several enhancements and improvements towards the earlier version.

New features:

  • * Bookmarks
  • * Logging to file
  • * nix: Use GNOME’s Session Manager D-Bus API to cleanly shut down FileZilla on end of session
  • * MSW: Improve installer’s Vista compatibility.

Bugfixes and minor changes:

  • * Fix account logon type in combination with FTP proxies
  • * Change wording of some strings
  • * Support yet another directory listing variant on obscure MVS style systems
  • * Fix odd behavior if deleting items from site manager
  • * Do not show proxy password in message log on SFTP connections
  • * Properly display “bytes” suffix in filelist status bar if not using thousands separator
  • *nix: Fix encoding issues with thousands separator in some locales
  • * Thousands separator on file exists dialog
  • * Rearrange filter dialog a bit
  • * Compile fixes for HP-UX

Hence, do try out the later version of this Filezilla. The application can be downloaded from the link below.

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Filezilla Client 3.2.0

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