DropIt v8.5.1

billon on 11 Feb 2018
  • 6MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 10 Feb 2018
  • Suggested by Lupo73

DropIt provides a floating target image on your desktop that you can drag-and-drop files to quickly process them with a predefined action. Actions include: copy, compress, extract, rename, delete, split, join, encrypt, decrypt, open with, print, upload, send by mail, create gallery, create list, create playlist, create shortcut, copy to clipboard, change properties and ignore. A destination can be chosen for each association defined, as well as group associations in any number of profiles.

Users can create rules to filter files based on name, directory, size, date, properties, content or regular expressions. Existing files in destination folders can be defined to overwrite, skip, or rename them. It includes a multi-language interface, folder monitoring, shared folders support, SendTo and Command-Line support, environment variables support, automatic update and much more.

Runs on:Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: GPL
How to extract: Download the "Portable" ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch DropIt.exe.
Similar/alternative apps: Drop Zone
What's new? See:

18 comments on DropIt  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

hamasaki 2013-11-11 08:49

Great little utility. I regularly have a lot of zip files I need to move to different locations. This is a real timesaver.


treis 2011-05-31 14:37


Lupo73 2011-05-28 09:03

As reported in the topic, simply use *Invoice*Apr* and *Invoice*May* as patterns..


chris090577 2011-05-26 17:37

Possible to include AND function.


As of now Dropit "sees" both have *Invoice* and prompt user to select which file destination to move to.


Lupo73 2011-03-29 06:29

We will consider these two feature requests for future releases..


8666 2011-03-28 22:33

I would like to be able to use two actions one after another. Actually I am looking for a way to auto decompress downloads and move the archives in some dump folder. Now it asks me what action to do.

Is it possible to implement a watch folder too?


portackager 2010-05-16 14:11

Nothing wrong with AutoIt.

stanmarsh 2010-02-04 00:25

now support multiple instances, v0.9!

goodtimetribe 2010-01-20 17:38

anyone wanna reconsider doing this in something other than AutoIT?

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