Download Managers

FlareGet 3.2.42 Released: A Full Featured Popular Download Manager for Linux

FlareGet 3.2.42 Released: A Full Featured Popular Download Manager for Linux &-8211; this Article or News was published on this date:2019-05-28 19:21:06 kindly share it with friends if you find it helpful

FlareGet 3.1, is a one of the most popular full featured, advanced, multi-threaded and multi-segment file download manager for Linux. There are tons of open source download managers available on the internet like Uget, and Aria. Apart from all these, FlareGet is the most widely used download manager for Linux at this time and each new release comes with major changes. The recent version of flareGet is a huge release and comes with important features.

FlareGet Features

  1. Dynamic File Segmentation: Built-in robust dynamic file segmentation model, that used to split downloads into segments to boost the download speed. Also it uses Http-Pipelining which further increases the each segment.
  2. Intelligent File Management: A Built-in smart file management engine to automatically identify files based on their file extensions. All the downloads are arranged in different folders as per their grouping.
  3. Multi-Protocol Support : It supports HTTP, HTTPS and FTP protocols to download files from the web and also it supports metalink downloads.
  4. Speed Limits: You can set download limit speed for file downloads to avoid usage of full bandwidth.
  5. Limit Downloads: You can set limit on the number of simultaneous downloads, when one download finished, another starts automatically.
  6. Smart Scheduler : You can quickly schedule flareGet to download your files automatically. It also allows you to start/pause your downloads at the defined time.
  7. Batch Downloads : You can download a bunch of files from a text file (each link in separate line) or an html file.
  8. Enhanced Browser Integration : Easily integrated into all modern browsers such as Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, chromium, opera etc. to download files itself.
  9. Resume Support: It can resume incomplete downloads even on power breakdown or system crash. Currently, there is no resume support for FTP downloads.
  10. Mirror Support: It supports segmented download of a file from various mirror sites with automatic checking of expired URLs.
  11. Add or Remove Segments: You can add or remove download segments dynamically without disturbing the current download.
  12. Youtube Grabber: Support for click flash video download from Youtube for all modern browsers.
  13. Clipboard Monitoring: No need to copy paste your download Urls, it automatically monitors your clipboard.
  14. Multi Language Support: FlareGet is available in 17 different languages.

Requirements

FlareGet is a native Linux application written in C++, using Qt framework. FlareGet application will run on almost all modern Linux desktop environments like GNOME, KDE, Cinnamon, Unity, etc. To install and run FlareGet following things should be met.

  1. Qt libraries with version >=4.8.1
  2. glibc (C library) with version >=2.13

Install FlareGet Download Manager in Linux Systems

To install flareGet in RedHat and Debian based systems, open a Terminal and run the following commands.

Install on Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint

On 32-Bit
$ wget http://flareget.com/files/flareget/debs/i386/flareget_3.2-42_i386.deb
$ sudo dpkg -i flareget_3.2-42_i386.deb
On 64-Bit
$ wget http://www.flareget.com/files/flareget/debs/amd64/flareget_3.2-42_amd64.deb
$ sudo dpkg -i flareget_3.2-42_amd64.deb

Install on RHEL, CentOS and Fedora

On 32-Bit
- yum install qt qt-x11
- wget http://www.flareget.com/files/flareget/rpm/i386/flareget-3.2-42.i386.rpm
- rpm -ivh flareget-3.2-42.i386.rpm
On 64-Bit
- yum install qt qt-x11
- wget http://www.flareget.com/files/flareget/rpm/amd64/flareget-3.2-42.x86_64.rpm
- rpm -ivh flareget-3.2-42.x86_64.rpm

FlareGet Screen Shots

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Download Manager Window

FlareGet Download ManagerFlareGet Download Files

Downloading Files

FlareGet Download ManagerFlareGet Download Complete

Download Complete

FlareGet Download ManagerFlareGet Download Settings

FlareGet Download Settings

FlareGet Download ManagerAbout FlareGet

About FlareGet

Note: FlareGet is a shareware application, to get access to all the features, you need to buy it.

Reference Links

FlareGet Homepage

5 Linux Command Line Based Tools for Downloading Files and Browsing Websites

5 Linux Command Line Based Tools for Downloading Files and Browsing Websites &-8211; this Article or News was published on this date:2019-05-28 18:47:02 kindly share it with friends if you find it helpful

Linux command-line, the most adventurous and fascinating part of GNU/Linux is very cool and powerful tool. Command line itself is very productive and the availability of various inbuilt and third party command line application makes Linux robust and powerful. The Linux Shell supports a variety of web application of various kind be it torrent downloader, dedicated downloader or Internet Surfing.

Command Line Internet ToolsCommand Line Internet Tools

5 Command Line Internet Tools

Here we are presenting 5 great command line Internet tools, which are very useful and proves to be very handy.

1. rTorrent

rTorrent is a text­-based Torrent Client which is written in C++ aimed at high performance. It is available for most of the standard Linux Distributions including FreeBSD and Mac OS X.

Installation of rTorrent

- apt­-get install rtorrent    (on APT based System)
- yum install rtorrent        (on YUM based System)

Check if rtorrent is installed correctly by running the following command in the terminal.

- rtorrent
Command Line Internet ToolsCommand line torrent download

rTorrent Command Line Tool

Functioning of rTorrent

Some of the useful Key-bindings and their use.

  1. CTRL+ q – Quit rTorrent Application
  2. CTRL+ s – Start Download
  3. CTRL+ d – Stop an active Download or Remove an already stopped Download.
  4. CTRL+ k – Stop and Close an active Download.
  5. CTRL+ r – Hash Check a torrent before Upload/Download Begins.
  6. CTRL+ q – When this key combination is executed twice, rTorrent shutdown without sending a stop Signal.
  7. Left Arrow Key – Redirect to Previous screen.
  8. Right Arrow Key – Redirect to Next Screen

2. Wget

Wget, is a part of GNU Project, the name is derived from World Wide Web (WWW). Wget is a brilliant tool which is useful for recursive download, offline viewing of HTML from local Server and is available for most of the platforms be it Windows, Mac, Linux. Wget makes it possible to download files over HTTP, HTTPS and FTP. Moreover it can be useful in mirroring the whole website as well as support for proxy browsing, pausing/resuming Downloads.

Installation of Wget

Wget being a GNU project comes bundled with Most of the Standard Linux Distributions and there is no need to download and install it separately. If in-case, it’s not installed by default, you can still install it using apt or yum.

- apt­-get install wget        (on APT based System)
- yum install wget        (on YUM based System)
Some Basic Usage of Wget

Download a single file using wget.

- wget http://www.website-name.com/file

Download a whole website, recursively.

- wget -r http://www.website-name.com

Download specific type of file (say pdf and png) from a website.

- wget -r -A png,pdf http://www.website-name.com

Wget is a wonderful tool which enables custom and filtered download even on limited resource Machine. A screen shot of wget download, where we are mirroring a website (Yahoo.com).

Command Line Internet ToolsWget Download Files

Wget Command Line File Download

For more such wget download examples, read our article that shows 10 Wget Download Command Examples.

3. cURL

cURL is a command line tool for transferring data over a number of protocols. cURL is a client side application which support protocols like FTP, HTTP, FTPS, TFTP, TELNET, IMAP, POP3, etc. cURL is a simple downloader which is different from wget in supporting LDAP, POP3 as compared to others. Moreover Proxy Downloading, pausing download, resuming download are well supported in cURL.

Installation of cURL

By default cURL is available in most of the distribution either in repository or installed. if it’s not installed, just do a apt or yum to get a required package from the repository.

- apt­-get install curl        (on APT based System)
- yum install curl        (on YUM based System)
Basic Usage of cURL
- curl www.sfnews.com
Command Line Internet ToolsCurl Download

Curl Data Download

Command Line Internet ToolsCurl Data Download

Curl Download

4. w3m

The w3m is a text based web browser released under GPL. W3m support tables, frames, color, SSL connection and inline images. W3m is known for fast browsing.

Installation of w3m

Again w3m is available by default in most of the Linux Distribution. If incase, it is not available you can always apt or yum the required package.

- apt­-get install w3m        (on APT based System)
- yum install w3m        (on YUM based System)
Basic Usage of w3m
- w3m www.sfnews.com
Command Line Internet ToolsCommand Line Browser

w3m Text Based Web Browser

5. Elinks

Elinks is a free text-based web browser for Unix and Unix based System. Elinks support HTTP, HTTP Cookies and also support browsing script in Perl and Ruby. Tab based browsing is well supported. The best thing is that it supports Mouse, Display Colours and support a number of Protocols like HTTP, FTP, SMB, Ipv4 and Ipv6.

Installation of Elinks

By default elinks also available in most of the Linux distributions. If not, install it via apt or yum.

- apt­-get install elinks    (on APT based System)
- yum install elinks        (on YUM based System)
Basic Usage of Elinks
- elinks www.sfnews.com
Command Line Internet ToolsCommand Line Internet Browsing

Elinks Command Line Web Browsing

That’s all for now. I’ll be here again with an interesting article which you people will love to read. Till then stay tuned and connected to sfnews and don’t forget to give your valuable feedback in comment section.

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8 Command Line Tools for Browsing Websites and Downloading Files in Linux

8 Command Line Tools for Browsing Websites and Downloading Files in Linux &-8211; this Article or News was published on this date:2019-05-28 18:46:20 kindly share it with friends if you find it helpful

In the last article, we have covered few useful tools like ‘rTorrent‘, ‘wget‘, ‘cURL‘, ‘w3m‘, and ‘Elinks‘. We got lots of response to cover few other tools of same genre, if you’ve missed the first part you can go through it..

  1. 5 Command Line Tools for Downloading Files and Browsing Websites

This article aims at making you aware of several other Linux command Line browsing and downloading applications, which will help you to browse and download files within the Linux shell.

1. links

Links is an open source web browser written in C programming Language. It is available for all major platforms viz., Linux, Windows, OS X and OS/2. This browser is text based as well as graphical. The text based links web browser is shipped by most of the standard Linux distributions by default. If links is not installed in your system by default you may install it from the repo. Elinks is a fork of links.

- apt-get install links
- yum install links

After installing links, you can browse any websites within the terminal as shown below in the screen cast..

- links www.sfnews.com

Use UP and DOWN arrow keys to navigate. Right arrow Key on a link will redirect you to that link and Left arrow key will bring you back to the last page. To QUIT press q.

Here is how it seems to access sfnews using links tool.

links: Commandline Web Browsinglinks: Commandline Web Browsing

If you are interested in installing GUI of links, you may need to download latest source tarball (i.e. version 2.9) from http://links.twibright.com/download/.

Alternatively, you may use following wget command to download and install as suggested below.

- wget http://links.twibright.com/download/links-2.9.tar.gz
- tar -xvf links-2.9.tar.gz
- cd links-2.9
- ./configure –enable-graphics
- make
- make install

Note: You need to install packages (libpng, libjpeg, TIFF library, SVGAlib, XFree86, C Compiler and make), if not already installed to successfully compile the package.

2. links2

Links2 is a graphical web browser version of Twibright Labs Links web browser. This browser has support for mouse and clicks. Designed specially for speed without any CSS support, fairly good HTML and JavaScript support with limitations.

To install links2.

- apt-get install links2
- yum install links2

3. lynx

A text based web browser released under GNU GPLv2 license and written in ISO C. lynx is highly configurable web browser and Savior for many SYSAdmin. It has the reputation of being the oldest web browser that is being used and still actively developed.

To install lynx.

- apt-get install lynx
- yum install lynx

After installing lynx, type the following command to browse the website as shown below in the screen cast..

- lynx www.sfnews.com

links: Commandline Web Browsinglynx: Command Line Web Browsing

If you are interested in knowing a bit more about links and lynx web browser, you may like to visit the below link:

  1. Web Browsing with Lynx and Links Command Line Tools

4. youtube-dl

youtube-dl is a platform independent application which can be used to download videos from youtube and a few other sites. Written primarily in python and released under GNU GPL License, the application works out of the box. (Since youtube don’t allow you to download videos, it may be illegal to use it. Check the laws before you start using this.)

To install youtube-dl.

- apt-get install youtube-dl
- yum install youtube-dl

After installing, try to download files from the Youtube site, as shown in the below screen cast.

- youtube-dl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ql4SEy_4xws

links: Commandline Web Browsingyoutube-dl: Download Youtube Videos in Commandline

If you are interested in knowing more about youtube-dl you may like to visit the below link:

  1. YouTube-DL – A Command Line Youtube Video Downloader for Linux

5. fetch

It is a command utility for unix-like operating system that is used for URL retrieval. It supports a lot of options like fetching ipv4 only address, ipv6 only address, no redirect, exit after successful file retrieval request, retry, etc.

Fetch can be Downloaded and installed from the link below

http://sourceforge.net/projects/fetch/?source=typ_redirect

But before you compile and run it, you should install HTTP Fetcher. Download HTTP Fetcher from the link below.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/http-fetcher/?source=typ_redirect

6. Axel

Axel is a command-line based download accelerator for Linux. Axel makes it possible to download a file at much faster speed through single connection request for multiple copies of files in small chunks through multiple http and ftp connections.

To install Axel.

- apt-get install axel
- yum install axel

After axel installed, you may use following command to download any given file, as shown in the screen cast.

- axel http://mirror.cse.iitk.ac.in/archlinux/iso/2015.04.01/archlinux-2015.04.01-dual.iso

links: Commandline Web BrowsingCommandline File Download Accelerator for Linux

7. aria2

aria2 is a command-line based download utility that is lightweight and support multi-protocol (HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, BitTorrent and Metalink). It can use metalinks files to simultaneously download ISO files from more than one server. It can serve as a Bit torrent client as well.

To install aria2.

- apt-get install aria2
- yum install aria2

Once aria2 installed, you can fire up the following command to download any given file…

- aria2c http://cdimage.debian.org/debian-cd/7.8.0/multi-arch/iso-cd/debian-7.8.0-amd64-i386-netinst.iso
links: Commandline Web BrowsingAria2: Command Line Download Manager for Linux

Aria2: Command Line Download Manager for Linux

If you’re interested to know more at aria2 and their switches, read the following article.

  1. Aria2 – A Multi-Protocol Command-Line Download Manager for Linux

8. w3m

w3m is a another open source text-based web browser very similar to lynx, which runs on a terminal. It uses emacs-w3m an Emacs interface for w3m to browse web sites within emacs interface.

To install w3m.

- apt-get install w3m
- yum install w3m

After installing w3m, fire up the following command to browse the website as shown below.

- w3m www.sfnews.com
links: Commandline Web Browsingw3m Terminal Browser

w3m Terminal Browser

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Install uGet Download Manager 2.0 in Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Fedora

Install uGet Download Manager 2.0 in Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Fedora &-8211; this Article or News was published on this date:2019-05-28 18:42:54 kindly share it with friends if you find it helpful

After a long development period, which includes more than 11 developement releases, finally uGet project team pleased to announce the immediate availability of the latest stable version of uGet 2.0. The latest version includes numerous attractive features, such as a new setting dialog, improved BitTorrent and Metalink support added in the aria2 plugin, as well as better support for uGet RSS messages in the banner, other features include:

  1. A new “Check for Updates” button informs you about new released versions.
  2. Added new languages & updated existing languages.
  3. Added a new “Message Banner” that allows developers to easily provide uGet related information to all users.
  4. Enhanced the Help Menu by including links to the Documentation, to submit Feedback & Bug Reports and more.
  5. Integrated uGet download manager into the two major browsers on the Linux platform, Firefox and Google Chrome.
  6. Improved support for Firefox Addon ‘FlashGot’.

What is uGet

uGet (formerly known ad UrlGfe) is an open source, free and very powerful multi-platform GTK based download manager application was written in C language, that released and licensed under GPL. It offers large collection of features such as resuming downloads, multiple download support, categories support with an independent configuration, clipboard monitoring, download scheduler, import URLs from HTML files, integrated Flashgot plugin with Firefox and download torrent and metalink files using aria2 (a command-line download manager) that integrated with uGet.

I have listed down all the key features of uGet Download Manager in detailed explanation.

Key Features of uGet Download Manager
  1. Downloads Queue: Place all your downloads into a Queue. As downloads finishes, the remaining queue files will automatically start downloading.
  2. Resume Downloads: If in case, your network connection disconnected, don’t worry you can start or resume download where it was left.
  3. Download Categories: Support for unlimited categories to manage downloads.
  4. Clipboard Monitor: Add the types of files to clipboard that automatically prompt you to download copied files.
  5. Batch Downloads: Allows you to easily add unlimited number of files at once for downloading.
  6. Multi-Protocol: Allows you to easily download files through HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, BitTorrent and Metalink using arial2 command-line plugin.
  7. Multi-Connection: Support for up to 20 simultaneous connections per download using aria2 plugin.
  8. FTP Login & Anonymous FTP: Added support for FTP login using username and password, as well as anonymous FTP.
  9. Scheduler: Added support for scheduled downloads, now you can schedule all your downloads.
  10. FireFox Integration via FlashGot: Integrated FlashGot as an independent supported Firefox extension that handles single or massive selection of files for downloading.
  11. CLI / Terminal Support: Offers command line or terminal option to download files.
  12. Folder Auto-Creation: If you have provided the save path for the download, but the save path doesn’t exist, uget will automatically create them.
  13. Download History Management: Keeps a track of finished download and recycled entries, per list 9,999 files. Entries which are older than the custom limit will be deleted automatically.
  14. Multi-Language Support: By default uGet uses English, but it support more than 23 languages.
  15. Aria2 Plugin: uGet integrated with Aria2 plugin to give more user friendly GUI.

If you want to know a complete list of available features, see the official uGet features page.

Install uGet in Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Fedora

The uGet developers added latest version in various repos throughout the Linux platform, so you can able to install or upgrade uGet using supported repository under your Linux distribution.

Currently, a few Linux distributions are not up-to-date, but you can get the status of your distribution by going to the uGet Download page and selecting your preferred distro from there for more details.

On Debian

In Debian Testing (Jessie) and Debian Unstable (Sid), you can easily install and update using the official repository on a fairly reliable basis.

$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install uget
On Ubuntu & Linux Mint

In Ubuntu and Linux Mint, you can install and update uGet using official PPA repository ‘ppa:plushuang-tw/uget-stable‘. By using this PPA, you automatically be kept up-to-date with the latest versions.

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:plushuang-tw/uget-stable
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install uget
On Fedora

In Fedora 20 – 21, latest version of uGet (2.0) available from the official repositories, installing from these repo is fairly reliable.

$ sudo yum install uget

Note: On older versions of Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Fedora, users can also install uGet. but the available version is 1.10.4. If you are looking for updated version (i.e. 2.0) you need to upgrade your system and add uGet PPA to get latest stable version.

Installing aria2 plugin

aria2 is a excellent command-line download utility, that is used by uGet as a aria2 plugin to add even more great functionality such as downloading torrent files, metalinks, multi-protocol & multi-source download.

By default uGet uses CURL as backend in most of the today’s Linux systems, but the aria2 Plugin replaces CURL with aria2 as the backend.

aria2 is a separate package that needs to be installed separately. You can easily install latest version of aria2 using supported repository under your Linux distribution or you can also use downloads-aria2 that explains how to install aria2 on each distro.

On Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint

Use the official aria2 PPA repository to install latest version of aria2 using the following commands.

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:t-tujikawa/ppa
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install aria2
On Fedora

Fedora’s official repositories already added aria2 package, so you can easily install it using the following yum command.

$ sudo yum install aria2

Starting uGet

To start uGet application, from the desktop “Menu” on search bar type “uget“. Refer below screenshot.

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Start uGet Download Manager

Start uGet Download ManageruGet Version: 2.0

uGet Version: 2.0

Activate aria2 Plugin in uGet

To active the aria2 plugin, from the uGet menu go to Edit –> Settings –> Plug-in tab, from the drop-down select “arial2“.

Start uGet Download ManagerEnable Aria2 Plugin for uGet

Enable Aria2 Plugin for uGet

uGet 2.0 Screenshot Tour

Start uGet Download ManagerDownload Files Using Aria2

Download Files Using Aria2

Start uGet Download ManagerDownload Torrent File Using uGet

Download Torrent File Using uGet

Start uGet Download ManagerBatch Downloads Using uGet

Batch Downloads Using uGet

uGet source files and RPM packages also available for other Linux distributions and Windows at download page.

XDM is a Download Manager for Linux that ramps up Your Speed to 500%

XDM is a Download Manager for Linux that ramps up Your Speed to 500% &-8211; this Article or News was published on this date:2019-05-28 17:32:23 kindly share it with friends if you find it helpful

Xtreme Download Manager (xdman) is a powerful download manager for Linux, which is developed in Java programing language.

It can increase download speeds up to 500% and is an alternative for the windows IDM (Internet Download Manager). It can be integrated with any internet browser such as Firefox, Chrome, Opera and many more and supports pause and resume functionalities while downloading files.

Don’t Miss: 5 Most Popular Download Managers for Your Linux Systems

XDMAN has the following features:

  1. It is highly portable therefore runs on any O.S with Java SE 6, no need for installation.
  2. It downloads files at maximum possible speed.
  3. It has a sophisticated dynamic file segmentation algorithm,data compression & connection reuse.
  4. It can download FLV, MP4, HTML5 videos from YouTube, MySpaceTV, Google Video or videos from many other sites.
  5. It can capture download from any browser (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari or any other program trying to download a file from Internet).
  6. It supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP protocols with authentication, proxy servers, cookies, redirection etc.
  7. It can aslo resumes broken/dead downloads caused by connection problem, power failure or session expiration.
  8. It has a built in YouTube downloader, HTTP Traffic monitor and batch downloader.
  9. It can also be configured to perform automatic antivirus checking, system shutdown on download completion.

To use XDMAN, you need to have Java installed on your Linux system. You can check if Java is installed or not by typing java -version in command line.

$ java -version

java version "1.8.0_45"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_45-b14)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.45-b02, mixed mode)

If incase, Java not installed, you can install it using your default system package manager yum or apt.

Install Xtreme Download Manager in Linux

To install most recent stable version of Xtreme Download Manager (XDM) in Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, Fedora, etc. First you need to download a zipped file using wget utility and install it by running the following commands.

On 32-bit Systems

$ wget http://sourceforge.net/projects/xdman/files/xdm-jre-32bit.tar.xz
$ tar -xvf xdm-jre-32bit.tar.xz
$ cd xdm
$ ls -l 
$ ./xdm

On 64-bit Systems

$ wget http://sourceforge.net/projects/xdman/files/xdm-jre-64bit.tar.xz
$ tar -xvf xdm-jre-64bit.tar.xz
$ cd xdm
$ ls -l
$ ./xdm

Note: Alternatively, you can double click on xdm file to launch it and create application shortcut from XDM Menu -> File -> Create application shortcut on Desktop as shown below.

Create Xtreme Download Manager Desktop ShortcutCreate Xtreme Download Manager Desktop Shortcut

Create Xtreme Download Manager Desktop Shortcut

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Add Xtreme Download Manager Desktop Shortcut

Xtreme Download Manager Browser Integration

Next step is to set up xdman integration with your web browser. Just follow the on-screen instruction to integrate Xdman with your web browser as shown..

Create Xtreme Download Manager Desktop ShortcutXtreme Download Manager Browser Integration

Xtreme Download Manager Browser Integration

How to Use Xtreme Download Manager

To download a file, go to File -> Add URL and add the url or link into the address input bar.

You can specify the the file name to be stored after download is finished in the File input bar as shown in the screen shot below.

Create Xtreme Download Manager Desktop ShortcutDownload Files Using Xtreme Download Manager

Download Files Using Xtreme Download Manager

Create Xtreme Download Manager Desktop ShortcutFile Download Status

File Download Status

You can also download YouTube videos by going to File -> Youtube Download and enter the URL of Youtube Video and select the video format as shown:

Create Xtreme Download Manager Desktop ShortcutYoutube Video Download Manager

Xdman: Download YouTube Videos

Create Xtreme Download Manager Desktop ShortcutYoutube Video Formats

Select Youtube Video Format

Summary

XDMAN is easy to use and with similar functionalities to the Windows IDM, therefore users who are new to it may not find a lot of difficulties while using it. The latest version has a nice and simple interface to adapt to. If you get any errors or issues while installing it, please post a comment.