Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Web

List of Web - Download Managers

This page shows the Web Download Managers that means the Download Managers that Have a Web Interface

JDownloader


JDownloader is a download manager, written in Java, which allows the automatic download of files and split files from one-click hosting sites such as Rapidshare and Megaupload. JDownloader supports the use of premium accounts. Certain parts of JDownloader are open source.
JDownloader is better known in Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries. As of December 2009 the program's web site is in the top 1000 sites by traffic from Spain. The German online magazine, Chip.de designated it "newcomer of the year" for 2009 after it ranked among top 50 downloads with over half a million downloads for the year .
DownThemAll! --->More about JDownloader Download Manager

Download Accelerator Plus


Download Accelerator Plus (also referred to as DAP) is a closed source download manager for Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows. It uses multipart download to increase speeds, creating multiple connections of different file segments to speed up downloads - which is useful for defeating file-server download speed limiting. Download Accelerator Plus has 190 million installations worldwide
  • Scheduled downloading
  • Resuming broken downloads
  • Integration with anti-virus software
  • Integration into major browsers
  • Download completion message
  • Attempts to play video and audio media during download
.
DownThemAll! --->More about Download Accelerator Plus Download Manager

Free Download Manager


Free Download Manager (FDM) is a free open source graphical download manager for the Microsoft Windows operating system. FDM was previously proprietary software, but with the release of version 2.5 it has been open source. Starting with version 3.0.850 (15 April 2010), source code is no longer provided as a packaged download, but is available in the projects Subversion repository. Free Download Manager received a 2007 Webuser Gold Award.
DownThemAll! --->More about Free Download Manager Download Manager

GetRight


GetRight is another downlod manager. Their introduce their product in this way: "With GetRight, you never need to worry about your web connection failing in the middle of a large download. This is great for any Internet connection, and is especially important if you use a wireless or dial-up connection. When using GetRight, you will be able to resume your download right where it left off.
People with Cable, DSL, or other fast Internet connections can benefit greatly from GetRight's Download Acceleration, Automatic Downloading, and Server Synchronization.
GetRight has been a leader and innovator in download manager software and technology for since 1997. During this time, GetRight has been used by millions of people to download billions of files!
" .
DownThemAll! --->More about GetRight Download Manager

BitComet


BitComet (originally named SimpleBT client from versions 0.11 to 0.37) is a cross-protocol BitTorrent, HTTP and FTP client written in C++ for Microsoft Windows and available in 52 different languages.[2] Its first public release was version 0.28. The current BitComet logo has been used since version 0.50 .
DownThemAll! --->More about BitComet Download Manager

FlashGet


FlashGet (formerly JetCar, from the literal translation of a Chinese phrase) is a freeware download manager for Microsoft Windows. It was originally available in either paid or advert-supported versions, the latter of which included an Internet Explorer Browser Helper Object. .
DownThemAll! --->More about FlashGet Download Manager

Go!Zilla


Go!Zilla is a proprietary download manager originally developed by Aaron Ostler in 1995, and later purchased by Radiate in 1999, for use on Windows. It is shareware and its previous ad supported version drew controversy among users and privacy advocates. Upon being acquired by Headlight Software in 2008, the ad-supported versions were discontinued and the software now offers a free limited trial.
Go!Zilla was one of many download managers, also called download accelerators. These particular programs were especially useful when Dial-up internet access was more common as it was more difficult to download data due to slow speeds and disconnections. Download accelerators allowed users to stop and resume partial downloads. The software also allowed people to schedule downloads for a convenient time; including while they were away from the computer and was credited with allowing companies to provide a parallel distribution system for their products. In July 2000 the software won PC Magazine's ZDNet's Seventh Annual Shareware Award for Best Utility and was estimated to be used by ten million people at that time.
In January 2008, Go!Zilla was acquired by Headlight Software, and Go!Zilla 5 was the first version released with all new source code and without the bundled adware, which had caused some controversy despite notifying users that adware was bundled.
source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Go!Zilla .
DownThemAll! --->More about Go!Zilla Download Manager
Are you looking for other kind of User Interface try here: Download Managers by User Interface

No comments:

Post a Comment