Oct 02 2012

download managers

The Internet Download Manager (also referred to as IDM) is a shareware download manager which means that you can download the program and try it for free within. When downloading from FileFactory as a Premium member it is recommended that you use a download manager. Download managers increase the speed at which you. But almost every web browser has a pretty basic download manager, which doesn't do much for downloading large files. So, we suggest you use the.

Download managers -

Which download manager gives the fastest speeds?

purplekaycee said:

Disregarded operating system

IDM
Xdm(extreme download manager)
U get
Eagle get
Free download manager

Which?
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Frankly the download management built into Chrome, Vivaldi and FireFox gets the job done for me.

Are you very bandwidth limited or capped?

What are you seeking to achieve from using a download manager such as the ones you listed? Simply speed?

Frankly, if you want the best speed you want to minimize the amount of interfaces in between your PC and the download server, not increase them with extra software. All you're doing is utilizing more processing to do what your browser's download manager already can do, DM's don't really gain you anything anymore as server options are usually available for choice (like here on TPU) so you can choose a less congested server to download from, if available which is what you want to pay attention to when downloading files. Beyond that, download it be patient. :)

 

Источник: https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/which-download-manager-gives-the-fastest-speeds.231594/

A brief introduction to Download Managers in GoLang

Have you ever wondered how web browsers download anything from the internet? Imagine a scenario in which an application wants to download a large file (Zip file, Video, etc.) from a URL during its execution and perform some operations on the downloaded file. Recently, I encountered this problem while working on a GoLang application.

I wanted a solution that can save the downloaded file to a given file location, resume the download after connection failure, and keep track of the download progress. I was in a bit of a hurry to complete my task, so I decided to use an open-source library (grab) which satisfies the above requirements and supports some more.

This blog post is a step-by-step explanation of the internal workings of a download manager like grab.

Let's use the following URL: as an example to download a PDF of .

Step#1 - Decide the File Location to store the Downloaded file

  • Web Browsers use the folder on the computer to store the downloaded files.
  • We should give an option to the user to provide the directory/path to store the downloaded file.
  • If the user doesn't provide the directory/path, use the directory where the application code resided.
  • If the given directory doesn't exist, we should create all the missing directories in the path.

Step#2 - Find out the size of the file at the given URL and check whether it supports partial downloads or not

  • An HTTP HEAD method is a way to find the size of the file and also to verify the partial downloads support of the destination file without actually downloading it.
  • HEAD method
    • It is one of the methods supported by HTTP.
    • It is like the request but fetches only the headers without the response body.
    • It is idempotent and safe.
  • We can find the size of the file(in bytes) by reading the Content-Length header.
  • To check whether the URL supports partial downloads or not, we have to check the Accept-Ranges header. Accept-Ranges header is set with if the URL supports partial downloads.

Result of the HEAD request for the URL(http://www.golang-book.com/public/pdf/gobook.pdf) is shown in the below image. The value of header is (~2.5MB) which is the size of the file to be downloaded and is which means the URL supprts partial downloads.

HTTP-Headers

Step#3 - Determine the name of the downloadable file

  • HEAD request may also provide Content-Disposition header in the response.
  • Content-Disposition is the header that indicates whether the content is expected to be displayed in the web browser(Value of the header is ) or to be downloaded as a file(Value of the header is ).
  • If header is present and its value is then the filename can be extracted from parameter if it is present.
  • If the above step doesn't work, we should try to extract the filename from the given URL if it exists.
  • If we still can't figure out the filename from the above steps, then return an error with the following message().

Step#4 - Save the checksum and digest algorithm

  • If we are not using a secure() connection, it is possible that the downloadable file can be changed by any middleman.
  • We can use the checksum and the digest algorithm from Digest header to verify whether data from the server is the same as the data received by the client.
  • Let's save the checksum and the digest algorithm from Digest header if it is present and will use them in Step#7.

Step#5 - Decide whether to download from scratch or resume a partial download

  • Check whether the downloadable file identified in Step#3 exists or not at the given location.
  • If it isn't present
    • We have to start the download from the beginning by sending the GET request to the given URL.
    • If the request is successful, we will receive 200 OK.
  • If it is present
    • Determine the file size() and download the rest of the file from the byte onwards.
    • We can send GET request by setting Range header as follows:
    • If the request is successful, we will receive 206 Partial Content.
  • In both cases, we have to read the response body and copy it to the destination file.

Step#6 - Copy the data from the response body and write it to the destination file

  • If the destination file doesn't exist already.
    • We already created the destination folder in Step#1 and figured out the filename in Step#3.
    • In this case, we have to open the file in (create a new file if none exists.) and (open the file write-only.) mode.
  • If the destination file already exists
    • In this case, we have to open the file in (append data to the file when writing.) and (open the file write-only.) mode.
    • Seek to the end of the file where append has to begin.
  • Create a temporary buffer of any size(Ex:32 KB) to read the data from response body.
  • Repeat the following steps until we receive (End of File) from response body.
    • Read the data from response body to the temporary buffer.
    • Write the data from the buffer to the destination file.
    • Increase the number of bytes written atomically which can be used to track the progress in main file.

Step#7 - Compute and Compare the checksum

  • If we are using , we don't have to compare the checksums because the connection is secure().
  • If we are not using , we have to calculate the checksum of the downloaded file using the digest algorithm(retrieved in Step#2) and compare it with the original checksum(retrieved in step#2).
  • If they match, it means the downloaded data is the same as the data on the server. Otherwise, remove the downloaded file and return an error.
  • Note:
    • If we are not using a secure connection then it is possible that the middleman might have corrupted both the data(GET request) and the headers(HEAD request). So, comparing checksums is not going to help. Please find the corresponding discussion here.
    • Step#4 and Step#7 might not be useful irrespective of whether we are using the secure or insecure connection but I am gonna keep them since they are good topics to understand.
    • You can learn more about the checksum header here.

Additional Improvements

  • Downloading the different parts of the file in parallel can improve the performance.
  • To avoid file corruption, it's better to check whether the remote file is updated or not before resuming partial downloads.

Conclusion

In this blog post, we have taken a quick look at the internals of a download manager. We also explored some of the features like HEAD method and headers like Content-Length, Accept-Ranges, Content-Disposition, Digest, and Range which we don't frequently use in our day to day work.

. . .

This post first appeared on my blog at https://leninkumar31.github.io/2021-05-08/A-brief-introduction-to-Download-Managers-in-GoLang.

Follow @leninkumar35

Источник: https://dev.to/leninkumar35/a-brief-introduction-to-download-managers-in-golang-51oo

Preparing Input Text File


In the TNM Download application, download URLs can be saved in a text file using one of the two methods described below:

Option #1
After product search is completed, click “Save as Text” in the Product view.

Option #2
After product search is completed, select specific products to add to the Cart, go to the Cart view, and click “Export URLs to TXT” link.

Downloading Files using uGet


Start uGet by clicking uget.exe. Select "File" in the menu. Select "Batch Downloads" and "Text file import (.txt)"

Select an input file. Click OK.

All URLs are automatically imported. Click "Forward".

Select the output folder and "Runnable" for the Status. Click OK.

To check download status, click "All Status" to view the status of all items. Three items are downloaded at a time.

Click "Active" to view only the items currently being downloaded.

"Date modified" property of the download file shows the date when the file was uploaded to the download site, instead of the date of download.

Источник: https://apps.nationalmap.gov/uget-instructions/

The Best Download Managers for Windows – March 2019

The Best Download Managers for Windows - March 2019

While browsers are better able to handle downloads than before, they are still a clunky way to get your files. They cannot resume a paused download, have no error correction, cannot verify files or optimize download speeds. For that you need a download manager. This piece will showcase what I think are the best download managers for Windows in 2019.

With most files getting larger and more opportunities to download than ever before, using a download manager offers a lot of benefit for the average Windows user. They can speed up downloads by breaking the file up into smaller packets, allow you to pause and resume if you get interrupted, compensate for lost packets and even encode files into different format should you need them to.

Download managers for Windows

As most of these download managers are free, there is every reason to use them!

Free Download Manager

Free Download Manager is exactly what it says on the tin. It’s a free download manager for Windows. It’s strengths lie in media so is excellent for anyone who downloads lots of music or movies. It also includes its own torrent client for a little extra benefit.

What makes this program cool is its scheduling feature and remote control. You can schedule downloads for quiet periods so you don’t hog all the bandwidth. You can also remotely control downloads from your phone as long as you have an internet connection. It’s a very powerful download manager and considering it is free, is well worth checking out.

Ninja Download Manager

As well as having a cool name, Ninja Download Manager also has cool features. It’s a newer app with a flat design and a look that sits comfortably within Windows 10. It is easy to use and has a scheduler, a download accelerator that splits files before downloading and reassembles them once on your PC and a bunch of other tools too.

There is also a neat video preview feature that allows you to check the quality of a video file before you download all of it. If you’re downloading from unofficial sources, this could save a lot of time and bandwidth!

Download Accelerator Plus

Download Accelerator Plus is a free variant of a premium product that doesn’t leave you wanting. The free version has a download accelerator, a video previewer, file converter, a file harvesting option to find multiple download sources for a file to speed up downloading and a link checker to verify sources.

The app looks a little dated but works very well. It has all the features you need in a download manager and if it doesn’t, the premium version will have. Overall, it’s one of the best download managers for Windows around right now.

JDownloader

JDownloader is a very powerful download manager more suited for serial downloaders and larger files than for media. The fact that you have to manually deselect adware from the installer is a mark against it but the power and utility of the program makes us give it a pass despite that.

There is also plugin support which offers huge potential for downloaders.

uGet

uGet is an open source download manager that doesn’t look much but offers a ton of features for no money down. It looks okay with a simplistic UI but handles download like a champ. It can handle multiple connections, use file splitting for faster downloads, can pause and resume, batch download, queue downloads and has browser extensions for even more power.

While the interface is minimal, it’s also a chameleon. Install it onto your computer and it will adopt your desktop theme, whatever it may be. It’s a small thing but makes uGet stand out. The downside is that it will take a little more configuration than these others.

EagleGet

EagleGet is a newer download manager and looks the business. It has a smart UI that fits with Windows 10 and makes short work of handling downloads. It can integrate with most browsers, work with HTTPS and FTP, use multiple download sources, split files into smaller pieces, prioritize downloads, pause and resume and will check all downloads for malware automatically.

I don’t know how good that malware check is so I wouldn’t depend on it entirely but it is a neat feature. The downside to EagleGet is that it is ad-supported. You either have to have ads or allow others to use your bandwidth a bit like bit torrent. Despite these negatives, EagleGet makes such short work of downloads that it deserves a place in this list.

Those are what I think are the best download managers for Windows in 2019. Got any other suggestions to add? Tell us about them below if you do!

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Источник: https://www.techjunkie.com/best-download-managers-windows/

HTTPS and FTP Protocol:

We had a plan for adding the feature to download files from HTTPS and FTP protocols. But due to shortage of time this could have not been done.

Automatic Recursive Download:

We wanted to add aweb crawlerwhich can extract resourceslinkedfromHTMLpagesand download them in sequence, repeating the processrecursivelyuntil all the pages have been downloaded or a maximum recursion depth specified by the user has been reached.This "recursive download" enables partial or complete mirroring ofweb sitesvia HTTP.

Searching For Mirror Sites:

We thought of enabling the Download Manager for searching mirror sites and downloading files in parallel from these sites. If more high speed connection can be made to a site then the downloading can be done mainly from that mirror site.

Dynamic file segmentation and connection reuse:

The Download Manager could have divide downloading file on file segments dynamically, unlike the present accelerator that divides downloading file in segments once just before download process starts. Dynamic segmentation gives significant download performance improvement. When file download starts,it’s unclear how many connections may be opened. When new connection becomes available the largest segment to download can be divided into half. Thus new connection can start downloading file from the half of the largest file segment.Furthermore, once a connection has downloaded a segment and if the next connection has not started to download its segment yet, the Download Manger can reassign the segment to the first connection. If the next connection has started to download its segment, first connection can help other slowly working connections by dividing the largest segment in half.

·There may be some minor bug in the program which may have been escaped our attention.

·The Speed limiter normally works fine. But it does not guarantee that the speed shown in the table in each second is necessarily the exact downloaded data in that second. But however it is nearly the same. This limitation is also common to other Download Managers and the reason behind this is that the file is downloaded in segments and each segments run in separate threads independently.

·when the file download is completed the user should wait one or two second before

clearing the download because at that time the download might be rebuilding(merging of separate file segments ).


·Depending on the JDK used by the user can select different looks of the windows.

The looks of JDK 1.7 are:

1.Metal Look

2.Nimbus Look

3.CDE/Motif

4.Windows

5.Windows Classic

All the other windows like QueueScreen & BatchDownloadScreen also support these looks.

Pause & Resume:

                                If the download server allows the file download to resume after it has been paused this download manager will support that feature  . If not then it will issue an error while resuming.        Download Path :

                                User can select the path where the download will take place. On clicking the  "Select Destination " button  a window will appear like this:

Here user can also create new folder and browse the computer very easily.

Delete Completed:

                Upon clicking the "ClearCompleted" button the download manager will clear all the completed download from its list without deleting the actual file.

Cancelling Download:

                When user chooses to "Clear" a download if the download is not completed then garbage files are also deleted .If the  download is completed then it stays. 

                Upon clicking "Add Download"  button or from Scheduled Download  Screen or from Queue download Screen , a screen like this appears:

In the JoptionPane enter URL and the download will begin.

                When user clicks the "Add Download with Scheduler" programme asks the user for date.

Format  of date is dd-mm-yyyy (Like 19-11-1993)->19th November 1993

After user inputs date then the programme asks for  time.

Format  of Time is HH-mm-ss (Like 12-30-00).This is UNIVERSAL time .SO day is 00-00-00 to 24-00-00 .

Then another window comes for entering URL .

·The batch download enables to download similar files with numbered name. If you files URL differs only in number of index representing characters then this feature can help a lot. If some files URL’s are like this:
                1. http://www.mysite.com/music/001.mp3
                2. http://www.mysite.com/music/002.mp3
                ……………………………………………………………………….
                ……………………………………………………………………….
                15. http://www.mysite.com/music/015.mp3
Then simply specify ”http://www.mysite.com/music/*.mp3” in batch download link and specify range from 1 to 15 and wildcard limit 3. Wildcard limit specifies the number of digits to replace here which is 3. If the file is indexed with character then the range can also be specified using letters.

After this just press Ok.

·User can reset all text field by clicking reset button

·User can also select how to download the batch files:

            Either to  download all the files parallel or to download with a queue.

·The speed limiter sets the upper limit of the bandwidth. If the user wants to download different files with different speed then he can do so by selecting that download in the download table and then go to “Features” then “speed limiter”. User can enter any interger value to set the download speed. But for the purpose of avoiding wrong user input we have set at least 5 KB must be entered.

·An Error saying  "No Download Selected" comes up if no download is selected to limit speed

                Four queue has been provided for the user to download with queue

.

A queue Screen appears when one of button is clicked. This screen is almost like the main screen.

In a queue you can only pause ,resume & clear topmost download.

.

   There are two buttons on the bottom of the screen to swap the download. But you cannot swap other downloads with the topmost one

Perhaps the most advanced feature added to this download manager is the file split download.

In this feature the file is split into 4 part and downloaded simultaneously .Upon completion the four files are merged together into the desired file.

But for this feature to work the server must support :

html response code 206 : Partial Content Downloading. In this system the server is delivering only part of the resource due to a range header sent by the client. The range header is used to split a download into multiple simultaneous streams

4 Download Stream working simultaneously:

After The Download is completed:

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A brief introduction to Download Managers in GoLang

Have you ever wondered how web browsers download anything from the internet? Imagine a scenario in which an application wants to download a large file (Zip file, Video, etc.) from a URL during its execution and perform some operations on the downloaded file. Recently, I encountered this problem while working on a GoLang application.

I wanted a solution that can save the downloaded file to a given file location, resume the download after connection failure, and keep track of the download progress. I was in a bit of a hurry to complete my task, so I decided to use an open-source library (grab) which satisfies the above requirements and supports some more.

This blog post is a step-by-step explanation of the internal workings of a download manager like grab.

Let's use the following URL: as an example to download a PDF of .

Step#1 - Decide the File Location to store the Downloaded file

  • Web Browsers use the folder on the computer to store the download managers files.
  • We should give an option to the user to provide the directory/path to store the downloaded file.
  • If the user doesn't provide the directory/path, use the directory where the application code resided.
  • If the given directory doesn't exist, we should create all the missing directories in the path.

Step#2 - Find out the size of the file at the given URL and check whether it supports partial downloads or not

  • An HTTP HEAD method is a way to find the size of the file and also to verify the partial downloads support of the destination file without actually downloading it.
  • HEAD method
  • We can find the size of the file(in bytes) by reading the Content-Length header.
  • To check whether the URL supports partial downloads or not, we have to check the Accept-Ranges header. Accept-Ranges header is set with if the URL supports partial downloads.

Result of the HEAD request for the URL(http://www.golang-book.com/public/pdf/gobook.pdf) is shown in the below image. The value of header is (~2.5MB) which is the size of the file to be downloaded and is which means the URL supprts partial downloads.

HTTP-Headers

Step#3 - Determine the name of the downloadable file

  • HEAD request may also provide Content-Disposition header in the response.
  • Content-Disposition is the header that indicates whether the content is expected to be displayed in the web browser(Value of the header is ) or to be downloaded download managers a file(Value of the header is ).
  • If header is present and its value is then the filename can be extracted from parameter if it is present.
  • If the above step doesn't work, we should try to extract the filename from the given URL if it exists.
  • If we still can't figure out the filename from the above steps, then return an error with the following message().

Step#4 - Save the checksum and digest algorithm

  • If we are not using a secure() connection, it is possible that the downloadable file can be changed by any middleman.
  • We can use the checksum and the digest algorithm from Digest header to verify whether data from the server is the same as the data received by the client.
  • Let's save the checksum and the digest algorithm from Digest header if it is present and will use them in Step#7.

Step#5 - Decide whether to download from scratch or resume a partial download

  • Check whether the downloadable file identified in Step#3 exists or not at the given location.
  • If it isn't present
    • We have to start the download from the beginning by sending the GET request to the given URL.
    • If the request is successful, we will receive 200 OK.
  • If it is present
    • Determine the file size() and download the rest of the file from the byte onwards.
    • We can send GET request by setting Range header as follows:
    • If the request is successful, we will receive 206 Partial Content.
  • In both cases, we have to read the password recovery bundle.zip download body and copy it to the destination file.

Step#6 - Copy the data from the response body and write it to the destination file

  • If the destination download managers doesn't exist already.
    • We already created the destination folder in Step#1 and figured out the filename in Step#3.
    • In this case, we have to open the file in (create a new file if none exists.) and (open the file write-only.) mode.
  • If the destination file already exists
    • In this case, we have to open the file in (append data to the file when writing.) and (open the file write-only.) mode.
    • Seek to the end of the file where append has to begin.
  • Create a temporary buffer of any size(Ex:32 KB) to read the data from response body.
  • Repeat the following steps until we receive (End of File) from response body.
    • Read the data from response body to the temporary buffer.
    • Write the data from the buffer to the destination file.
    • Increase the number of bytes written atomically which can be used to track the progress in main file.

Step#7 - Compute and Compare the checksum

  • If we are usingwe don't have to compare the checksums because the connection is secure().
  • If we are not usingwe have to calculate the checksum of the downloaded file using the digest algorithm(retrieved in Step#2) and compare it with the original checksum(retrieved in step#2).
  • If they match, it means the downloaded data is the same as the data on the server. Otherwise, remove the downloaded file and return an error.
  • Note:
    • If we are not using a secure connection then it is possible that the middleman might have corrupted both the data(GET request) and the headers(HEAD request). So, comparing checksums is not going to help. Please find the corresponding discussion here.
    • Step#4 and Step#7 might not be useful irrespective of whether we are using the secure or insecure connection but I am gonna keep them since they are good topics to understand.
    • You can learn more about the checksum header here.

Additional Improvements

  • Downloading the different parts of the file in parallel can improve the performance.
  • To avoid file corruption, it's better to check whether the remote file is updated or not before resuming partial downloads.

Conclusion

In this blog post, we have taken a quick look at the internals of a download manager. We also explored some of the features like HEAD method and headers like Content-Length, Accept-Ranges, Content-Disposition, Digest, and Range which we don't frequently use in our day to day work.

. .

This post first appeared on my blog at https://leninkumar31.github.io/2021-05-08/A-brief-introduction-to-Download-Managers-in-GoLang.

Follow @leninkumar35

Источник: https://dev.to/leninkumar35/a-brief-introduction-to-download-managers-in-golang-51oo

Internet download manager manages all the downloads in a better way. Although, modern browsers such as Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari do the job very well they are not as feature-rich as IDM. Internet download managers can help you to pause a download, resume that whenever you want. On the other hand, they do not make any clutter in the Downloads folder of your computer. If you are using Windows, you check out these download managers for Windows 10. However, OS X users can also download some internet download manager to manage all the downloads on the go. Do check out these free and paid download managers for OS X.

Best Internet Download Manager for Mac

1] iGetter

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iGetter is a free download manager available for OS X 10.2 – 10.11. The UI of this internet download manager is not bad and, there is almost zero flaw in this app. talking about the features, you can get accelerated download, which makes the downloading better & faster, download management that helps you organize downloaded files, schedule download that helps you download at a predefined time and more. The best part of this tool is Mirror finder that will certainly assist you to find mirror servers so that your file can be garbed quicker. You can Camtasia Studio 2021.0.4 Crack With Serial Key Free Download 2021 set a site URL to explore whole Internet or any particular FTP site. Download

2] Speed Download Lite

It costs around $20. If you need a light-weight internet download manager for your OS X, you can only head over to Speed Download Lite, which is a very feature-rich tool consists of all the essential features. You can find the following download managers management: You can manage your downloads using this tool, as usual.

  • Bandwidth throttle: You can manage the download speed download managers your available downloads using this tool and that too in real time. The change will be effective right away.
  • Schedule download: Like iGetter, you can schedule your downloads. There is no limit of files or size.
  • Auto-Resume: This tool can auto resume your downloads if any interruption stopped your downloading previously.
  • If you like, you can download it from here.

    3] Flox

    Flox is a free download manager for Mac that is compatible with four most popular browsers including Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera Mini. Talking about the features, Flox can help you to manage all your downloads by categorizing them using tags. The user interface is very much compatible with the later version of OS X i.e. Sierra. The best part of this tool is it does work as a torrent client for Mac, download files by entering the URL, pause/resume downloads and much more. Like Speed Download Lite, you can get a speed throttle in this tool as well. This is needless to mention that Flox can download files at a pre-set time if you use Schedule Download feature. Download

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    XDM or Xtreme Download Manager is yet another free internet kmplayer full - Crack Key For U manager for Mac compatible with almost all the latest browsers such as Safari, Chrome, Firefox, etc. It will let you download any file at possible maximum speed. On the other hand, you can download videos from various video sharing websites such as YouTube, Daily Motion, etc. Like other regular download managers, you can pause and resume your downloads. For your information, it can resume downloads automatically if something stopped your downloads. Like IDM for Windows, you can download multiple files at a time to save your valuable time. Schedule Downloading is also available in this app so that your PC can download files when you are asleep. Download

    There are more other free and paid internet download managers for OS X, but these are probably the best regarding pricing, features, and availability. What do you think about these tools? What is your favorite download manager for Mac?

    Источник: https://www.ampercent.com/4-best-internet-download-managers-mac/20296/

    The Best Download Managers for Windows – March 2019

    The Best Download Managers for Windows - March 2019

    While browsers are better able to handle downloads than before, they are still a clunky way to get your files. They cannot resume a paused download, have no error correction, cannot verify files or optimize download speeds. For that you need a download manager. This piece will showcase what I think are the best download managers for Windows in 2019.

    With most files getting larger and more opportunities to download than ever before, using a download manager offers a lot of benefit for the average Windows user. They can speed up downloads by breaking the file up into smaller packets, allow you to pause and resume if you get interrupted, compensate for lost packets and even encode files into different format should you need them to.

    Download managers for Windows

    As most of these download managers are free, there is every reason to use them!

    Free Download Manager

    Free Download Manager is exactly what it says on the tin. It’s a free download manager for Windows. It’s strengths lie in media so is excellent for anyone who downloads lots of music or movies. It also includes its own torrent client for a little extra benefit.

    What makes this program cool is its scheduling feature and remote control. You can schedule downloads for quiet periods so you don’t hog all the bandwidth. You can also remotely control downloads from your phone as long as you have an internet connection. It’s a very powerful download manager and considering it is free, is well worth checking out.

    Ninja Download Manager

    As well as having a cool name, Ninja Download Manager also has cool features. It’s a newer app with a flat design and a look that sits comfortably within Windows 10. It is easy to use and has a scheduler, a download accelerator that splits files before downloading and reassembles them once on your PC and a bunch of other tools too.

    There is also a neat video preview feature that allows you to check the quality of a video file before you download all of it. If you’re downloading from unofficial sources, this could save a lot of time and bandwidth!

    Download Accelerator Plus

    Download Accelerator Plus is a free variant of a premium product that doesn’t leave you wanting. The free version has a download accelerator, a video previewer, file converter, a file harvesting option to find multiple download sources for a file to speed up downloading and a link checker to verify sources.

    The app looks a little dated but works very well. It has all the features you need in a download manager and if it doesn’t, the premium version will have. Overall, it’s one of the best download managers for Windows around right now.

    JDownloader

    JDownloader is a very powerful download manager more suited for serial downloaders and larger files than for media. The fact that you have to manually deselect adware from the installer is a mark against it but the power and utility of the program makes us give it a pass despite that.

    There is also plugin support which offers huge potential for downloaders.

    uGet

    uGet is an open source download manager that doesn’t look much but offers a ton of features for no money down. It looks okay with a simplistic UI but handles download like a champ. It can handle multiple connections, use file splitting for faster downloads, can pause and resume, batch download, queue downloads and has browser extensions for even more power.

    While the interface is minimal, it’s also a chameleon. Install it onto your computer and it will adopt your desktop theme, whatever it may be. It’s a small thing but makes uGet stand out. The downside is that it will take a little more configuration than these others.

    EagleGet

    EagleGet is a newer download manager and looks the business. It has a smart UI that fits with Windows 10 and makes short work of handling downloads. It can integrate with most browsers, work with HTTPS and FTP, use multiple download sources, split files into smaller pieces, prioritize downloads, pause and resume and will check all downloads for malware automatically.

    I don’t know how good that malware check is so I wouldn’t depend on it entirely but it is a neat feature. The downside to EagleGet is that it is ad-supported. You either have to have ads or allow others to use your bandwidth a bit like bit torrent. Despite these negatives, EagleGet makes such short work of downloads that it deserves a place in this list.

    Those are what I think are the best download managers for Windows in 2019. Got any other suggestions to add? Tell us about them below if you do!

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    Источник: https://www.techjunkie.com/best-download-managers-windows/

    Which download manager gives the fastest speeds?

    purplekaycee said:

    Disregarded operating system

    IDM
    Xdm(extreme download manager)
    U get
    Eagle get
    Free download manager

    Which?
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    Frankly the download management built into Chrome, Vivaldi and FireFox gets the job done for me.

    Are you very bandwidth limited or capped?

    What are you seeking to achieve from using a download manager such as the ones you listed? Simply speed?

    Frankly, if you want the best speed you want to minimize the amount of interfaces in between your PC and the download server, not increase them with extra software. All you're doing is utilizing more processing to do what your browser's download manager already can do, DM's don't really gain you anything anymore as server options are usually available for choice (like here on TPU) so you can choose a less congested server to download from, if available which is what you want to pay attention to when downloading files. Beyond that, download it be patient. :)

     

    Источник: https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/which-download-manager-gives-the-fastest-speeds.231594/

    Accelerate your downloads by up to 5 times!

    All popular browsers are supported

    IDM integrates seamlessly into Google Chrome, FireFox, Microsoft Edge, Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer, AOL, MSN, Maxthon and all other popular browsers. We develop browser Internet Download Manager Key - Crack Key For U since 1999, and we have the best engineering solutions available today. IDM offers the installation of its extensions for Chrome, Firefox, old and new Edge, Opera and other browsers.

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    You need always to keep IDM extensions installed and enabled in browsers to take over downloads from the browsers and to have IDM's right click menu items! If you have any problem, first check that "IDM integration module" extension is installed and enabled in your browser.

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    Speed up your downloads by a massive 5x times. Comprehensively manage downloaded files.

    1. One can’t deny the importance of a good download manager when it comes to essential Windows applications.
    2. A download manager uses intelligent dynamic file segmentation technology to instantly push your existing download speed to its maximum limits. It completely manages the download process for you.
    3. After a thorough analysis of all the free download managers available on the Internet, Xtreme Download Manager is precisely our pick for the best free download manager.

    5 Best Free Download Managers

    How We Tested? We carefully evaluated each of the free download managers for speed, functionality, ease of use, and performance on our test system running Windows 10. We then obtained data from trusted sources to come up with the top download managers list.

    OS Compatibility – Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7.

    1. Xtreme Download Manager

    Xtreme Download Manager

    It is a feature-packed download manager that should meet most of your download needs. It exponentially increases your download speeds by 5-6 times.

    • Xtreme Download Manager works with all modern browsers like Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Edge, Vivaldi, and others.
    • It can download streaming audio and video from all popular sites. Lets you preview the download managers while downloading.
    • It does keep tabs on the clipboard to automatically detect and download files.
    • Can resume broken downloads. The refresh link function can auto-update the expired URLs.
    • Automatically classifies downloads according to their content type.
    • It has a built-in video converter that lets you convert downloaded video to MP3 and MP4 formats.
    • It supports authentication, proxy servers, cookies, and redirection.
    • Can shut down, hibernate or sleep computer after completing all downloads.
    • The network optimization feature amicably adjusts the download speeds according to the type of your Internet connection.
    • Xtreme Download Manager has extensive configuration options.
    • It doesn’t support torrents yet. The UI needs more refinement.
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    2. EagleGet

    EagleGet Download Manager

    EagleGet is a powerful download manager that enables swift downloads on your Windows PC. It is widely considered as the best alternative to Internet Download Manager (IDM).

    • EagleGet supports all popular browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and IE.
    • It comes with an integrated Video Sniffer that can download online videos.
    • Can resume broken downloads and also automatically updates expired URLs.
    • You can create multiple queues for organized and scheduled downloads.
    • Besides, it can shut down, hibernate, or sleep the computer after completing all downloads.
    • EagleGet can even download torrents.
    • Plenty of customization options present.
    • It download managers attempts to install the iNewTab browser extension. Make sure you deselect it if you don’t require it.
    • The user interface can get better.
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    3. JDownloader

    JDownloader

    JDownloader is a well-built open source tool that lets you rapidly download files from various websites on the Internet.

    • It can download several files simultaneously using multiple direct connections.
    • JDownloader integrates well with all popular browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and more.
    • Download streaming videos in 4K, HD, or any video quality of choice.
    • The LinkGrabber feature monitors the clipboard to instantly detect and download files.
    • It has the ability to resume broken downloads.
    • Add-ons further expand the operational capabilities of JDownloader.
    • It features a remote access option that monitors large downloads while away from your computer.
    • JDownloader frequently updates itself in the background.
    • It is an essential prerequisite to have Java installed on your computer.
    • The installer has adware bundled with it. Choose “Custom” during installation and skip the adware.
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    4. Free Download Manager

    Free Download Manager

    With millions of users worldwide, Download managers Download Manager is an award-winning program. It is best suited for frequent download managers with all popular browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, and Safari.

  • It has a clean and modern interface with optimal features. Easily usable by both beginners and experts.
  • It lets you download online videos from popular download managers can preview audio and video files before downloads complete.
  • Can resume broken download from where it was interrupted.
  • You can schedule and organize downloads.
  • Supports plugins for extra features like downloading files using BitTorrent protocol.
  • Some excellent features like remote control, HTML spider, site explorer, and others have been removed in the latest version.
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    5. Internet Download Accelerator

    Internet Download Accelerator

    Using this simple and download managers piece of software, you can accelerate and manage all of your downloads.

    • Internet Download Accelerator integrates well with popular browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Safari, Yandex, and more.
    • It can download streaming video and audio from popular video sites.
    • Monitors clipboard and instantly detects downloadable links.
    • Can resume broken downloads.
    • It can automatically categorize your downloads.
    • It comes with an advanced download scheduler. You can shut down, sleep, or stand-by the PC after the downloads complete.
    • Features a floating window, which typically indicates download speed, active downloads, and more.
    • Internet Download Accelerator supports many additional plug-ins.
    • Displays advertisements. You get regular requests to upgrade to the pro version.
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    You Need One…

    Even if you only download files occasionally, it’s worth having a Download Manager on your modern PC.

    NOTE: Using third-party apps to download certain files may be against the terms of service of some hosting websites. It might be a potential copyright infringement. Only download files if you own them, have permission from the copyright holder, or it’s in the public domain.

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