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Migrate FileZilla Site Connections to a New Machine

Useful ApplicationsI’ve tried a few FTP clients across the years, but alays come back to FileZilla as it is easy to use and seems to manage uploads/downloads better than the other ones I have tried. I work on a few different PCs and manage over a dozen different websites.

I quickly got tired of needing to create connection details on each PC when I wanted to access a site. I did some poking around on one of the…

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Migrate FileZilla Site Connections to a New Machine

I’ve tried a few FTP clients across the years, but alays come back to FileZilla as it is easy to use and seems to manage uploads/downloads better than the other ones I have tried. I work on a few dif‎…

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