|Basically what Michael means is:|
You should install a "real" FTP server in your Home PC, rather than installing a "synthetic" FTP server in your Home PC's web server =D
Because as I said above, the "correct" way to transfer files is by using FTP.
To access the "real" FTP server, people could use their browser, or an FTP client like FileZilla.
And FileZilla Server is different with the FileZilla you have.
This of course is up to you. If you just have to "upload" small files to the Home PC, then a synthetic FTP server is probably sufficient. But to upload large files, needs to be able to resume broken uploads, you'll need a real FTP server.
And btw, net2ftp is an FTP client? (not a server?)
Did you able to use FileZilla to connect to your Home PC? If yes, then you already have an FTP server (and yes net2ftp will be useful).