Archive for December, 2012

We Are Upgrading Our Hardware

Friday, December 28th, 2012

The goal of the DropSend team is to keep our users happy and provide them with a reliable and easy to use service. That’s why we constantly work on improving DropSend.com and DropSend apps.

In the next 10 days DropSend will be undergoing a hardware upgrade. We’ll upgrade ALL our hardware, which will make sure that DropSend is faster and more reliable than ever before. In addition to that, we’ll be opening a new data center in Washington, D.C. to ensure that we meet the needs of the growing number of our users.

So, DropSend will be running on the all-new hardware in 2013 and you’ll be able to see the difference in speed and enhanced reliability.

DropSend Direct 4.05 Is Out

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

Hello Everyone and Happy Holidays! We have some great news for DropShots Direct users – we’ve just released the new and improved version of the program. When we were working on the new version, we tried to take all your feedback into account and fixed all bugs and errors we could find. Here’s what we’ve done:

- We’ve fixed errors that some users experienced when they tried to upload ZIP archives. Now the archives don’t get corrupted anymore and get uploaded as they should.

- Some Vista and Windows 7 users used to complain that updates weren’t working on their system. They either didn’t launch at all or they caused the program to fail to start after an update. This problem has been addressed and now updates work normally on all Windows versions.

- When you browse files, now there aren’t any errors that resulted in displaying created folders incorrectly.

We’ve also fixed login issues, saved passwords issues, autocomplete email issues, pause button errors and other bugs. Overall, the DropSend Direct 4.05 is a lot more stable than the previous version and is a lot more comfortable to use.