Download manager for win 2000

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  1. Howard Kaikow

    Howard Kaikow Registered Member

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    Are there any recommended free download managers for win 2000 that can resume a download after a disconnect?
     
  2. WSFuser

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    many download managers have that capability. i dont particularly like free download managers tho (FDM seems somewhat good tho).

    anyways check out: free download manager, star downloader, download express, wellget, or freshdownload.
     
  3. Howard Kaikow

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    Thanx.

    I'm not a fan of such software.
    I have a multiboot system.
    I'm about to install FDM on the lesser used OS.
     
  4. furballi

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    Download Express works well with W2K. Can also scan for bug upon completion of download. There's a plug-in extension for Firefox.
     
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  6. WSFuser

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    does it lets u resume after you have exited/restarted firefox?
     
  7. betauser2

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    The last time I tried it did, I paused the download first though. I'll check again now and let you know.

    here is the homepage by the way http://www.downthemall.net/
     
  8. betauser2

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    Yes definitely you can,
     
  9. NGRhodes

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    I use Free Download Manager on Win2k (at work) without a problem.
     
  10. Howard Kaikow

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    Does the critterhandle the following.

    Go to a URL that displays a license, or some other mechanism that requires one toi click on something before the download starts.

    What about http://www.freedownloadmanager.org/?

    Intended for use with IE, Firefox and Opera.
     
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