Despite upgrading to a fast 8MB/s broadband connection, download bottlenecks are not your system, your broadband nor your router, they are at the server you're downloading from. For instance, try downloading the latest 1GB game demo and you might actually be downloading from a server in Japan. Leave it running overnight and you might find that the download stops and cannot be restarted. Such a pain in the backside. This can be solved using a download manager.
Download Accelerator Manager 3 has just been released and is an excellent download manager. The latest version has an improved download accelerator, which means you should receive your downloads more quickly. Other new features will enable you to download from YouTube and grab other online video.
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