Ares Galaxy Speed Booster is completely FREE and easy to use add-on for a popular file sharing network Ares Galaxy. This application is used to sharply increase download and search speed of Ares Galaxy by optimizing internet bandwidth usage.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Ares Galaxy Speed Booster is completely FREE and easy to use add-on for a popular file sharing network Ares Galaxy. This application is used to sharply increase download and search speed of Ares Galaxy by optimizing internet bandwidth usage and connection settings to reach the maximum possible download speed. Additional set of useful features includes:
1. scheduling of disconnection from Internet and computer shutdown after all download tasks were successfully completed;
2. checksum verification and automatic removal of corrupted files;
3. resuming of interrupted downloads.
Ares Galaxy Speed Booster is a small application with low memory and processor requirements, but it is very fast and effective, has an intuitive user interface and solidly reliable. Ares Galaxy Speed Booster is distributed as a freeware, so don’t wait anymore and use it now to see the fastest downloads ever while surfing Ares Galaxy network!
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