Developer's description:The Best Download Manager
FlashGet is a leading download manager and has the highest amount of users on the internet. It uses MHT(Multi-server Hyper-threading Transportation) technique, supports various protocols and has excellent document management features. FlashGet is a freeware without any adware or spyware.
Optimize the system resource
FlashGet can use up the lowest system resources and will not influence your normal work or study.
Call anti-virus automatically
FlashGet can call anti-virus automatically to clean viruses, spyware and adware after finishing download.
Increase the download speed and stability
Flashget can increase download speed from 6-10 times. It uses MHT (Multi-server Hyper-threading Transportation) technique and optimization arithmetic
Support HTTP, FTP, BT and other various protocols
FlashGet supports HTTP, FTP, BT, MMS, RTSP and other protocols. It is seamless between protocols and there is no need to operate manually for download switch. The One Touch technique optimizes BT download and can automatically download target files after getting seeds information, hence no need to operate again.
Powerful files management feature
It supports unlimited categories. Each category is assigned a download saving directory. The powerful management feature can support drag and drop, adding and description, search, rename, etc.
Why doesn't FlashGet include ranking download system like other download managers do?
A.FlashGet's download system is quite different to the others. FlashGet arranges download jobs in top-to-bottom order; higher positioned jobs get downloaded before lower positioned jobs. We think this is much more intuitive. You can rearrange the order by selecting jobs and pressing the Up or Down arrow on the toolbar.Tip: Hold down the Ctrl key when clicking Up or Down and you can move jobs directly to the top or the bottom in a convenient single step. Use Shift and Ctrl keys to select multiple files.
A.There havn't a native version of FlashGet for Linux. But we've heard reports that some Linux users have been able to use the Windows version of FlashGet with the "Wine Windows Emulator" . You might want to check it out. Click-monitoring won't work, but you can use clipboard monitoring or other methods to get downloads into FlashGet.
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