Mac has a great number of download managers, some of them more popular than others. Here we cover five of the lesser-known download mangers for Mac.
Everyone can benefit from a good download manager no matter what operating system you’re using. The following download managers are all worthy of your time to check them out.
Downloading via mobile can be a pain. That’s why many people have started using download managers. Here are some of the best download managers for Android.
Browsers aren’t the only tools for downloading files. Want to download more file types or have more control? Here are 5 of the best download managers for Ubuntu.
Turbo Download Manager is a download manager that’s available on basically every platform and browser. In this article we take a look at this multi-platform download manager from inbasic.
Do you prefer the style of Firefox’s download manager over Chrome’s? Luckily for you, there’s a Chrome extension that will allow you to get it. Check it out.
uGet Download Manager for Ubuntu claims to be ‘”very powerful” as it provides a large array of features as well as being lightweight & low on resources. Check it out.
With this simple tweak, you can add two new options – “Open” and “Run” to Firefox’s Download Manager. Let’s check it out.
If you are concerned that your browser won’t be able to handle multiple downloads, you can use Download Plan to schedule downloads in Firefox
Your browser comes with some capabilities that have become obsolete. Here are some extensions to enhance browsers capability and performance.
There are plenty of download manager and bit-torrent client for Windows and Linux, but what about Mac? If you are looking for a download and torrent manager, Folx could be the one for you.
Do you download a lot of stuff from the web, either from a direct download, RSS feed, torrents or RapidShare, and were frustrated that there was not a single software that you can use to manage them all? Well, that’s because you have missed out FatRat. In fact, FatRat will be the one and only […]
Many of us have fast internet connections as measured by overall total capacity, but rarely see maximum throughput. For example, I have a 100 megabit cable connection, but when I download a file via HTTP, I’m lucky to see more than 500KB/sec for that single file. Thankfully, there are ways to max out your connection. […]
If you use Ubuntu, or one of the many Linux distributions derived from Ubuntu, you’re probably familiar with at least a couple of ways to install software. You might use apt-get from the command line. Or, you might use Synaptic Package Manager. More and more people are using Ubuntu Software Center and some use a […]