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Free download manager software

Written by IT News on 6:03 PM

MultiGet is an easy-to-use and open source file download manager for Windows / Linux / Mac OS X / BSDs like flashget or getright. It supports HTTP/FTP protocols which covers the requirements of most users.

The Download Accelerator supports multi-task with multi-thread on multi-server.

It supports resuming downloads if the Web server supports it, and if you like, you can reconfigure the thread number without stopping the current task. It's also support SOCKS 4,4a,5 proxy, ftp proxy, http proxy.

We introduced a new feature, that is so called P2SP, or in other words, get file from multiple servers, and combine the data from different sites into one file! This makes downloads complete much faster than all the most other download tools.

MultiGet also supports switching language dynamically, you can choose English, Chinse, German. Plus this free Downloader will automatic choose a proper language for you.

MultiGet can run on Windows XP/2000, almost all Linux desktops, MacOsX, BSDs.
MultiGet 1.2.0 - FREE DOWNLOAD

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  1. 3 comments: Responses to “ Free download manager software ”

  2. By Anonymous on December 17, 2007 at 3:47 AM

    Hey Great Blog and thanks for the post. If you are interested than you can download LINK
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  3. By IT News on December 17, 2007 at 11:05 AM

    Hello Naren,

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  4. By akshay.aksci on September 9, 2008 at 8:49 AM

    yeah....multiget is kool!!
    but how to integrate it into firefox!
    it becomes quite bugging otherwise!

    i tried flashgot but couldn't configure the multiget option neatly!

    please post in the how to!


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