The lighter and more accessible the FTP client the better, in my book. I'm not interested in fancy configuration or security options - I just want to upload files as quickly as possible.
RightLoad aims to be a ultra lite solution to your FTP upload needs is a small Windows program that allows you to quickly upload files from your right click context menu. The beauty of this is that no FTP client is required at all - you can run it directly from Window's shell.
To upload a file to any FTP server, you just need to right click on a file, select a server and RightLoad will automatically start uploading. When done, RightLoad offers you various kinds of links to the file which can be posted onto message boards or sites. Obviously, this doesn't make it the most secure FTP server or client that you'll ever use but it does mean that you won't have to wait long to share files and it requires no FTP knowledge at all.
There's isn't much more to RightLoad than that although it does offer a few other hidden bonuses such as automatic thumbnail creation, lists of what you've uploaded and support for HTTP upload sites like ImageShack. Uploads can be rather slow but you are constantly updated on the status of your file via a status bar.
If you don't fancy getting to grips with FTP clients and you need to share your files ASAP, RightLoad offers a simple and straightforward solution.
- New: Universal context menu (32bit/64bit) New: Plugin auto-detection Improved clipboard support (can now also upload files and pure text from your clipboard) Improved error messages for SFTP servers New or updated plugins: Facebook, Imageshack, Imgur, VirusTotal Various smaller bug fixes and improvements