How do I Fix Windows/MacOs Update Errors

If you find that FileZilla/FileZilla Pro is asking you to update it even when you’ve only just updated it, you might have multiple versions installed on your computer.

To remedy this, look for multiple versions of FileZilla/FileZilla Pro.

Windows

  • Check Program Files and Program Files (x86), by default located on C: (your computer might differ).
    To remove the older version(s):
    1. Enter the directory.
    2. Run uninstall.exe.

  • Look in your Start Menu for more than one FileZilla/FileZilla Pro entry.

    To remove the older version(s):

    1. Click on the version you don’t want.
    2. Select uninstall.

    Windows 10

    Check Apps and Features for multiple FileZilla/FileZilla Pro versions.

    To remove the older version(s):

    1. Click on the program name.
    2. Select Uninstall.

    MacOS

    • Look in your Applications for more than one FileZilla/FileZilla Pro entry.
      To remove the older version(s):

      1. CTRL-click on Applications and select Options > Show in Finder.
      2. Double-click on Applications.
      3. CTRL-click on the older version and select Move to Trash.