Just a brief description, DropIt is an application that enables you to organize all your files and folders by just dragging and dropping, keeping your Windows desktop clean and organized with almost any work from your part. Keep reading to learn more.

How to install DropIt and how to configure it:

  1. Download and install DropIt — you can find the download link in our previous article –. Something to note is that DropIt will stay on top of an application for easy access, you can always double-click it to minimize to the taskbar; you can move it around by using the left-click and dragging.

  2. To create a new or customize an existing profile, just right-click and from the menu navigate to Profiles, select Customize and either double-click an existing profile or click New.

  3. When you first run this Windows application, if you drop something in it won’t do anything, but it will detect your intentions so it is going to warn that there is not an association for that type of file(s); so if you want to create a new association, click Yes and a new pre-configured association will appear, complete by setting the action desired and click Save.

  4. To setup a new association, right-click DropIt, select Associations and then New. Type a name for the action, then under Rules specify what you want DropIt to do when you drop a file and/or folders on it — you can click the exclamation button for reference –, for example, if you want to make sure that only JPEG images are moved to specific folder, just type *.jpg into the Rules box, in Action select Move, and select the destination folder with the button on the right, and click Save to finish.

  5. To create additional associations just repeat step 4. Now you can test by dragging a JPEG file and checking the destination folder. To delete a rule, go back to Associations, right-click the rule and click Delete or Edit if you need to. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.