Yes, FileZilla is an excellent tool to use for sharing and saving data. But it is not a substitute for Windows. If you already have a Windows based PC and you still want to use FileZilla for saving and sharing photos, music, etc., then you need a Windows based computer that has the capacity to support that kind of technology. If you use Windows to save your data, you may find out one day that your system crashes because of overheating. FileZilla doesn't have any overheating related problems, but if you have Windows on another computer and try to use FileZilla to back up your data, you could run into Windows related problems.
So if you are using Windows based computer, you need to choose a windows server to connect to your FileZilla Server. You can select the "My Computer" to open a new connection window, and you need to enter the details of your existing Windows port (usually C: oru or WinINET). In this new window, you will see several choices for selecting your Windows server. You can select the "Microsoft Windows 2021 Service Provider" for connection to your home directory and your other computers with Microsoft Windows operating systems. You can also choose the "ictional Windows" server to connect to the FileZilla server, which is a more recent technology and highly compatible with the latest FileZilla technology.
This advanced ftp client is not available on all Windows operating systems. If you are using windows 10 and have a Windows port, you might find out that your FileZilla Server does not open by default because of missing dll files. This is an easy fix to the problem and you can follow steps in the link below to download the filezilla client that works with your windows version.