Previously, we reviewed how to upload photos in bulk with Windows Live Gallery, and also covered an application called RightLoad, which adds Upload image to Facebook option in right-click context menu. Today, we discovered Easy Facebook Photo Uploader, which not only provides an easy way to upload images to Facebook from right-click shell menu but also offers auto-image rotation, compression levels, and various image interpolation methods (user-defined image quality).
You can also set up multiple Facebook accounts. It takes just a minute to configure an account, as you just have to enter account credentials and allow application access. Launch the application and select the images that you wish to upload from the main interface. New albums can be created while you can also view and open the previously created albums on the fly.
Double-click the album in which you want selected photos to be uploaded. After the uploading is finished, it will show you detailed log, informing about the number of uploads, resize ratio, transfer status, and so on.
The Windows shell integration helps in quickly uploading the photos from Windows right-click context menu.
The application is in beta phase, so you may encounter some bugs. It runs on Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7, provided you have Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable installed. Testing was done on Windows 7 x86 system.