Traditionally a basic (user-level) interaction with Internet FTP servers is a browser responsibility area. You just «visit» the FTP server the way you visit web-pages, view and download files. The process is quite comfortable with reasonably modern browsers. But, when you need to UpLoad something, the pain appears. The browser just cant handle this and if it does, then only at very basic and insufficient level. Of course, you could use some huge monstrous «FTP client software suite». OK, you COULD, but DO you NEED? Especially, if you eventually want to upload just one file or several small pages a month, what should you do? The answer is DropUpLoad.
The software authors call it «upload spooler», you can compare it to Windows Print Spooler. The general principle is the same: it shows a list of «jobs» and controls their performing up to success. In a small window you have only a list of servers and a list of upload jobs. You drop files to the upload list and DropUpLoad does the rest. Software claims to process server and connection errors in the way allowing successful uploads even on bad connections. And, the last-not-leas feature of Software is portability: it does not only work without installation from USB stick; just in a few clicks you can create your custom version of DropUpLoad, containing you FTP connection settings in the program itself, so, the DropUpLoad.exe file is all youll need to work with.
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