If you upload files, images or videos to the internet on a frequent basis, File and Image Uploader (better known as FileUploader or FU) can be a great asset to have. It’s a less hyped but a very useful piece of software. This simple application allows you to upload files to over 250 (280 at time of writing) one click hosting services such as Rapidshare, Megaupload, Storage.to, HotFile, etc from the comfort of your desktop. If the file you need uploaded is an image, FU can take care of that too – it supports a number of image hosting services including BayImg, ImageShack and many more. The software comes absolutely free of charge and more importantly is not packed with malware, viruses, toolbars or any other form of crapware :)

File and Image Uploader

Among the ~280 services supported by FU are dedicated file hosters such as RapidShare, Image hosting services such as ImageShack, specialized video hosting services such as Megavideo and even link spreader services like Uploadjockey. Desktop integration for most of the listed services work – you can upload files and retrieve the download link with no web browser involvement at all. Premium accounts and simultaneous uploads are also supported.

One of the best features of this small application is that it displays a summary of file hoster capabilities the moment you select one. While still a beta feature, this function allows quick access to information such as max supported file size, storage time, etc of each one click host and lets you make an informed decision as to use which service. You can even view a summary  of all supported services through the ‘File hosters’ button on topmost toolbar.

FU SUmmary

On top of all this, FU comes with several built in utilities such as a downloader, Link checker and protect grabber, link sorter, universal file manager and several more. While these may not be advanced tools, they are certainly worth having. 


Again, this is free software and does not contain any adware or spyware.

[Click Here] to visit the official download page to download latest version of File and Image Uploader

Note: Some hosting services required additional DLL files to function – you can download these via the links at the bottom of download page. 


  1. zoomby // 4/07/2010 02:08:00 PM  

    if i have a "X" file which i want 2 upload to "A" and "B" so will my brandwith will be divided into two parts or it shall use same upload to both A and B ?

  2. TEAM FILEnetworks // 4/07/2010 02:56:00 PM  

    Your bandwidth will be divided into two parts.

    However if you are uploading the same file to multiple hosts use a link spreader service.
    Something like this:

    This software supports several link spreaders such as UploadJockey.

  3. PESSiMiSM // 4/07/2010 08:11:00 PM  

    by the way, its not COMPLETELY free of charge. to use a premium account on, say, hotfile, you HAVE to donate.

  4. m.g // 4/08/2010 12:47:00 AM  

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