We have experience providing files for download over the Internet and notice that few people use a download manager when they download their files. Most people use the built-in, but rather basic, download manager within Firefox or Opera. Indeed, Internet Explorer 6 doesn't even have a download management tool. It's simply a case of click on a download link on a website, download. If the download fails, partly completes or is corrupt, you need to find the original link and download again.
Yes, you could argue with fast broadband you don't need a download manager. However, downloading large files and max'ing out your connection can slow your web browsing and even your computer. A download manager enables you to speed up downloads, schedule downloads, resume downloads that have failed to complete and re-download previous downloads if you need them again in the future.
There are a number of options. StarDownloader 1.45 and Free Download Manager 2.1 are popular free choices, Internet Download Manager 5 has recently been updated, whilst GetRight 6 is worth consideration. FlashGot 0.5 is a popular download extension for Firefox. Check them out and let us have your opinion.
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