SCiFT is a freeware utility to send files to people through software they already have. You may want to send a file to someone through an instant messaging service or a file sharing service, but they may not have the software and a membership to that service, and it is inconvienient to download software for a file sharing service and sign up, just to send a file to someone. Or maybe you and a friend have the software for the same service and a membership, but the service is down. With SCiFT, you can send a file to someone through nearly anything that can receive files using the HTTP protocol, like Internet Explorer. SCiFT has been tested and works with Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6, AOL's Netscape Navigator 6.2, and Headlight's GetRight 4.5d. Should work with many others.
SCiFT does not work through networks or routers. If SCiFT is producing addresses with IP addresses starting with 192.168, eg.
What's new in this version:
- Using SCiFT just got a little bit easier. If you don't like trawling through the BROWSE dialog box to find your file, you can find it in Windows Explorer and drag 'n drop it on the SCiFT logo on the side of the program. Now the logo actually does something!
- Added New Instance to the menu. This starts another instance of SCiFT. Equivalent to running SCiFT again through the Start menu.
- Ditched the bloated Common Dialog dependancy (COMDLG32.OCX) for a better, internal one. Knocke... See all new features »