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The file downloader built in to your web browser is usually very basic, and provides only minimal features. For example, you usually cannot pause and then resume downloads, which is essential if a download is taking too long and preventing you from doing other things. The solution is to install EagleGet, a download tool that plugs in to your web browser and manages all of the files you download from the web. EagleGet supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, MMS and RTSP and can be integrated with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera. It can also speeds up the download of large files and also allows you to download embedded video files from web pages. The user interface contains monitoring tools detects download addresses copied to the clipboard, and also picks up browsing links that you click on. You can assign downloads to categories, and group downloads into batches, as well as schedule automatic tasks.

Category: 2015 Issue 5 May, Issues, PC Basics
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7, 8