Downloading large files from the Internet is always problematic. Leave the download unattended and there's a chance you'll lose the connection and need to start again from scratch. You may forget where you've saved the download or the incoming files may be downloading at such a painfully slow speed that it will be days before the download is complete.
Free Download Manager 2.5.7 is a powerful free download manager with many features that help users organise, schedule and speed-up downloads. You can choose between 3 different speed modes, either use maximum bandwidth or download files in the background with minimal impact on your other Internet activities. It integrates with Internet Explorer, Firefox and Opera and also offers a drop target where you can drag and drop files to that you want to download.
Free Download Manager 2.5.7 also has the ability to check if a file is known to be malicious, by checking a community database for any previously known issues with the file before it begins to download the file. Other features include automatic mirror lookup, download scheduling and resume, integrated zip file viewer, customisable download categories, media preview, and a website explorer.
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