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The Internet Download Manager is a handy tool which optimises your file downloads. Thanks to it, you can download and organise your files at top speeds. If you are into planning ahead and compartmentalising your Internet traffic, you can also schedule your download to begin and pause automatically at specific times.
Yes, Internet Download Manager lets you resume interrupted downloads without any loss of data. This feature makes it exceptionally useful and flexible, especially when you are working with extra large files which may take a while to download, or in case your connection is not the most stable.
The download manager is able to reach such good speeds by creating multiple connections to the same server. It then breaks up the target archive into chunks and downloads each of them separately, thereby greatly increasing the overall download speed. In the end it packs the file back up into a single entity for your enjoyment.
Yes, the software is fully integrable with any and all your Internet security settings, so that you do not have to compromise between safety and download comfort.
Internet Download Manager is a legal software add-on for your browser. However, keep in mind that you are responsible for ensuring that the images, videos, and other files you download with it are not copyright-protected. In addition, the usual caution should be applied to downloading any content created and assembled by others - just exercise your best judgment!
Yes, the application has the ability to grab embedded videos from most websites. Just drag and drop the address into the download manager window and select the quality, at which you want the video to be saved on your hard disk.
The manager does not discriminate - high download speeds for all!
This is a Windows-based program. It runs on any version of Windows which is still in operation, as its somewhat retro look also suggests: the outsized buttons and the overall look of the application will surely remind the older among us of the classic Windows 95 aesthetic.
The download manager is readily useable with all popular browsers which Windows supports, including but not limited to Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Opera. If the browser runs under Windows, it is safe to assume the Manager runs with it, too.
No, you have to pay in order to make full use of the software. However, it is head and shoulders ahead of the most popular free options out there, so it is definitely worth shelling out a little bit of cash to reap considerable benefits.