I'm not sure what's going on. Surely our broadband Internet connections have reached saturation point? Well, they probably have in the UK as we rely on old copper-based telephone lines. Fibre optic cables enable increased bandwidth. However, it's irrelevant when the servers that host software can't cope with this increased bandwidth. You only need 100 people with a fast broadband connection attempt to download from your server, at the same time, and your commercial server won't be able to cope. For this reason, there's still a market for download managers and this must be why we update more download managers than anything else. Apart from security apps.
InstantGet 2.03 is commercial download manager that will enable you to do the basics of any download manager, such as watch downloads within one interface, resume, setup download jobs and source from multiple locations.
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