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Good download manager or alternatives

Q: Good download manager or alternatives

Hi guys.

I'm looking for a good download manager that would integrate seamlessly with Internet Explorer 8 on Windows 64 Bit.

When I was on XP I never required a download manager as I used Firefox and loved it. However, I haven't somehow felt too comfortable using it on Windows 7. Neither am I big fan of Chrome.

Hope you guys could suggest some alternatives. Else I'll have to look back at FireFox it seems.

Thanks.

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A: Good download manager or alternatives

Why aren't you comfortable using Firefox on Windows 64-bit (btw is that Vista or Windows 7) ? It might not (yet) be a 64-bit binary application but that doesn't stop from working very well in a 64-bit environment.

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/good-download-manager-or-alternatives.146077/
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Does anyone know of any good download managers?

A:What is a good download manager?

Depending on your browser choice my opinion is to stay clear of them. Is it because you feel you might get more speed or are you having drop outs that you cannot resume ?

http://www.sevenforums.com/software/227621-what-good-download-manager.html
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anyone know a good download manager that is free and doesn't have spyware?
 

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A free download manager would be best, provided that it doesn't come with adware, spyware, or any other unpleasant surprises.

Any helpful suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks.
 

A:Good Download Manager

I use this free tool:

http://www.metaproducts.com/mp/mpProducts_Detail.asp?id=18

It is just great, the best speeds I ever get and is free.

Possibly the fastest download manager ever made.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/good-download-manager.627458/
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My internet is very slow, and cuts out alot. So I want a program I can download anything with, and pause and restart a download at any point. Similar to bitcomet or free download manager. I am not going to use bitcomet as I've been told its illegal and free download manager is to confusing. Is their any program that can download all file types - wmv and mpeg most importantly that can pause them?

Thankyou all.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/looking-for-a-free-good-download-manager-340298.html
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Thank you!

A:Good download manager for vista?

Hi Manca

My personal choice is Conceiva's 'Download Studio' v4.0.
http://www.conceiva.com/

Kind regards

Neil (Mr Smiley)

http://www.vistax64.com/software/125103-good-download-manager-vista.html
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A:Solved: Finding good and working download manager

http://www.download.com/3150-2071-0.html
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-finding-good-and-working-download-manager.484518/
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A:Apple Ipod? Are there good alternatives?

Well sir there are

First off,

The DELL DJ
And then we gots the Zen Touch

And last you can try this site: www.lowpriceshopper.com
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Hope this helped!
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/apple-ipod-are-there-good-alternatives.399943/
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WIndows Live Mail does all you asked for click here untick the other items in the windows essential download.
just

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How do you plan on installing it if you computer sticks at the Welcome screen

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A:Alternatives to 8.1's Windows Explorer and Task Manager?

The only alternative to Task Manger is Process Explorer. But you end up loosing a lot of features. Windows Explorer is built into Internet Explorer, so you cannot just up and remove it or disable it.

As for the small interface for Task Manager, that is on if you leave it in "Show Fewer Details". Windows Explorer Left pane options are the same way as you handled them in Windows 7. The Ribbon will not go away. You can minimize it. The Ribbon is actually more efficient than the old way that Microsoft had their menu items. As for the Function Key behavior, they went to the old Mainframe way, that you had Function Keys and PF keys. So that you had the use of 24 Function keys. Basically when set to just press the Function key or go Fn and Function key, it is just a reversal of which is the primary order of use, by user's choice. That can be changed in the Bios for all OEM machines. It is a permanent part of the UEFI bios.

Really you are not going to get much pity on this, because the mass majority is soon to be moving away from 8 to 10.

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A:No 'Aero Snap' or 'Flip' 3D for Vista Home Basic -Any Good Alternatives?

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Could not find anything on Flip 3D, but here is someting on Aero Snap

AeroSnap Review - AeroSnap Download - Softpedia

Dont know the effects that this software will have, be sure to make a system restore point first.

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A:Are there any good "Power Settings" alternatives?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Thornton


Still, any good suggestions?


AFAIK, only Linux & by using several different programs / a lot of scripts, 4 HW control. ;-$ (Or a special, custom, app., like ASUS had made; which -actually- seems pretty amazing. )

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A:Download stops working in Windows7, Internet Download Manager, Everywhere

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A:Explorer 10 Download Manager not allowing complete download

As a follow up I did a reeset and selected recommended settings still same result

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A:Download issues: Internet Download Manager

It looks you have a problem in IDM's dynamic file segmentation. Try to download the IDM again from its site, make a fresh install and check if the problem persists.

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VIRUS REMOVAL / PROTECTION 1. Download MalwareBytes. Malwarebytes
2. Disconnect from the Internet.
3. Disable your present antivirus software.
4. Remove your present antivirus software.
5. Install and run the MalwareBytes Quick Scan (remove any bad guys)
6. Reconnect to Internet.
7. Update MalwareBytes.
8. Run malwarebytes quick scan again.(remove any bad guys)
9. Download and Install Microsoft Security Essentials.
http://www.microsoft.com/security_essentials/

Now I advise you disable MalwareBytes and only enable again when and if you need it..

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A:Download Free Windows 7 RTM Download Manager

It's the worst download manager i have ever used.

The worst download manager-seven forums

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Hi.

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For some really neat Wallpaper, check out Visual Paradox Free 3D Wallpaper.

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Download as a .torrent file. I will asume this is not illegal right?
 

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It should be a single ISO file.
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How to burn an ISO image to disc..

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Click on this;
Attachment 29934

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Sorry if its not that clear, I'm half awake about to go to sleep.

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Your computer stats (all kind) are not very helpful. What OS are you using.? Is your download manager a 3rd party software prog or are you using the capability of resuming downloads on the MS site? Another point... Every time my computer crashes??? Does that happen a lot? if so, you may have a whole different kind of problem.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/download-breaks-despite-download-manager.827522/
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Hello. I just searched over the net and found this results. Maybe some of that tools will help you
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This one has the start time in the processes tab.. Extensions for Windows - The Unofficial Windows Upgrade

There are many alternatives. I trust you have looked at each of these already?

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A:Looking for a good Task Manager

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Hello Drew.



What exactly are you referring to?

http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/277240-good-start-up-manager.html
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A:Need a good Shortcut Manager

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Shortcut Arrow - Vista Forums

Read the whole thread as you may find a solution for it.

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http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/116113/is-there-a-good-free-font-manager/
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http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/218722/what-good-is-windows-task-manager-anyway/
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Here is one i have used before .
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/good-start-up-manager-for-free.213182/
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ACT is a really robust one that has report writing, mail merge, fax blasts and quite a few other options. that is really the only other contact manager I have used out of the box and I have written one in Access that does a really good job as well.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/suggest-a-good-contact-manager-program.279897/
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A:Good Morning, Disfunctional Task Manager

Double click on the grey border of the Task Manager window & it should return to normal,
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/good-morning-disfunctional-task-manager.427611/
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http://www.sevenforums.com/browsers-mail/308052-good-password-manager-firefox-office-pc.html
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http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/good-freeware-start-up-manager-recommendation-38720.html
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http://www.webattack.com/get/a43file.html
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/good-free-or-cheap-file-manager.175601/
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{redoak}
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/any-good-download-accelarators-out-there.667769/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/need-a-good-download-program.196639/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/good-download-tracker.166533/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/does-anyone-know-of-a-good-free-fax-software-download-for-win-xp.287387/
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Y`all ????

Y`all ????

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Hi aeuzent,

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SmartDownload is a plugin for Netscape.

-- Tom
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/download-manager.461781/
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Try this:Flashget

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/best-download-manager.828158/
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Try getting rid of it in Safe Mode.How to start Windows in Safe Mode

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/79957/download-manager/
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A:we download manager pro

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Hello,Try thisFor downloads, if you want to resume download later, important thing is does the server from which you download supports resumption!Not all servers supports this!Hope this help?Regards,Max

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/368653/a-download-manager/
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A:How to get rid of Download Manager?

the downloads box thing is part of firefox so you can't get rid of it.

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http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/how-to-get-rid-of-download-manager.87360/
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A:DR download manager won't run

  
Quote: Originally Posted by beaskies


I've bought the Student 32-bit version of Win7. I received a confirmation email with my order number and Key.
Successfully downloaded both the .exe file and the ISO file. I don't want to run the ISO file if I can possibly avoid it BUT the .exe file doesn't run. The Digital River download manager opens, and then says that I need to be connected to the Internet for it to run...when i AM connected! So I don't even get as far as putting the key code in.
Found the Customer service button, which asked for Oder no or email address + last 5 digits of credit card details - it regognises neither of these. I'm pretty sure I bought it directly from the Microsoft website, so perhaps the exe. file is corrupted? Still doesn't explain why it doesn't recognise my order
Any ideas?
I've also tried rebooting but makes no difference

beaskies



Hi and welcome

Just curious, why dont you want to run the ISO? it is the prefered method of installation. Plus if you don twant to burn a dvd, and have a USB stick you could install from there.

Let us know if we can help

Ken J+

http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/44607-dr-download-manager-wont-run.html
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Found the Customer service button, which asked for Oder no or email address + last 5 digits of credit card details - it regognises neither of these. I'm pretty sure I bought it directly from the Microsoft website, so perhaps the exe. file is corrupted? Still doesn't explain why it doesn't recognise my order
Any ideas?
I've also tried rebooting but makes no difference

beaskies

A:DR download manager won't run

You need to make a DVD from the .ISO
Use ImgBurn ImgBurn - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET Download.com
Burn the DVD at a slow rate.

http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/44603-dr-download-manager-wont-run.html
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A:Download Manager

Hello,I have been using freshdownload from http://www.freshdevices.com/freshdown.html it is quite fast, but has been known not to work on some sites. hope this helps

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/88560/download-manager/
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A:download manager?

Please don't post the same query in multiple forums. Continue here: http://forums.techguy.org/showthread.php?t=381908
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/download-manager.381910/
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A:Best download manager

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http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/best-download-manager.157/
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http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/452417/whats-the-best-download-manager/
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A:Best Download manager

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http://www.sevenforums.com/software/159634-best-download-manager.html
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I have used GetRight for a while and liked how it can connect multiple times to a server and really increase the download speed, but I can never figure out how to schedule downloads or get things to download one after another.

I also used Flashget for a bit, but got sick of the ad's.

Basically, I am after a download manager that allows mulitple connections to the server, allows for scheduled downloads and will allow me to set things to download one after another.

Suggestions?

Late,
 

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What download manager would you guys recommend?I used to use gozilla,any other recommendations?
 

A:Download Manager

You could try this one its free http://www.freshdevices.com/ also another one here http://www.stardownloader.com/ , another one here but its 60 days trial http://www.majorgeeks.com/download655.html
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/download-manager.228406/
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Does anyone know of a good free download manager. Or is it safer not to use one at all.

A:Download Manager

I recomend you to use " Download Accelerator"
it has the fast downloading performance and easy to use.


http://www.akaash.ca/plus-download/d...ator-plus.html

or

download iit from the download.com

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f56/download-manager-10598.html
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I recently downloaded and installed one of those free download managers I had been using one called quot WellGet quot but it stopped working for some reason and the author no longer has a web site I know a lot of those things have spyware adware and malware I had been using WellGet for several years and had no indication of any infections from it or that it even contained any of those things itself I have a primitive archaic dial up which is why I Download Manager?? have Download Manager?? even considered and used a download manager The capability to resume downloads is critical when you ve been downloading something for hours and then it disconnects My virus defs are approaching MB now and the daily updates I do manually by the way just about require the ability to resume if there is a disconnect There is nothing quite as bothersome as having a large download interrupted and then having to start all over again I would switch to broadband and be done with the whole issue but I live in a rural area and broadband is just not that reliable I ve considered satellite but that seems like it would be just as much hassle as dial up In any case I Googled on download managers and came across a link for reviews by that Spybot S amp D guy He recommended quot LeechGet quot and quot Download Express quot as spware and adware free but I tried them and was not very satisfied with their GUI So I am currently trying quot Free Download Manager quot FDM I use McAfee SiteAdvisor MSA and they have rated the FDM web site quot yellow quot which means use with caution Apparently MSA at one time rated the FDM site as quot red quot meaning stay away from it but they quot upgraded quot to yellow based on a lot of user complaints that the FDM site was harmless I went to the MSA site and read some of the user reviews and the majority of users have said that the site should be rated quot green quot and that FDM does NOT contain any malware Quite a few of the user reviews commented that those that have reported malware were DOWNLOADING software containing malware with FDM NOT that FDM itself contains malware I myself try to only do downloads from trusted sites which is one of the reasons I m making this post They also mentioned that FDM is now open source and that FDM org has cleaned up any links the site contained to malware sites Now I know that open source and a org domain are not guarantees that there won t be any malware but that would seem to reduce the risk Additionally I ve noted that FDM also has an quot opinions quot tab which gives the user opinions that other users have written about the download being done It even has a setting to label the download as malware if a certain percentage of the opinions say that I ve been using FDM for a couple of days now and even have done a Spybot scan an Adaware scan and an antivirus scan and all have come up clean And FDM has a GUI that I like So I d like to hear some comments on this issue If the comments are overwhelmingly quot anti-FDM quot then I may go back and try LeechGet or Download Express and just deal with a GUI that I don t like Security is much more important than a bothersome GUI Thoughts nbsp

A:Download Manager??

Hi BobJam,

Stick with FDM, you won't get a better download manager - it's versatile, can resume downloads, and you can even tweak the number of download connections into which your download is split to do concurrent downloading on parts of a single file. Two thumbs up as the best download tool - only on Windows, however afaik.

-- Tom
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/download-manager.700664/
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How do I access the download manager in Windows XP Media Center Edition?
 

A:Where is download manager in XP?

There is not a built-in "Download Manager" within any version of Windows. What are you trying to download?

I realized you might be trying to download media content for MCE. If so you need to setup the MCE portion of the OS.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/where-is-download-manager-in-xp.682302/
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Im getting a weird message evrytime i try to download something. After the screen where I select which folder I want to put the file I get that box telling me that i need to go online to find the apropriate program. The file extension is also something ive never seen before. It says msn23.downloadhost. The number also changes everytime i try to get something new.