Downloading files youve found online too often becomes a pain if a file is large (in some cases, it can become a pain for EVERY file). Downloading takes too much time. Downloading fails by timeouts and disconnections, and you stay with a useless file part. In most cases, you cant even figure out for sure whether the file has been downloaded completely!
Want to solve it? Asking for my advice? Here is it: Download Accelerator Plus. The software plays naturally with your browser just start downloading a file in the browser, as usually (no «copy the link to file, start program, create download task» youve seen in other specialized downloaders). You just see an enhanced «download file» dialog with a tab for each file being downloaded and a colorful indicator that displays the speed and download progress. Of course, it is not about just the «colorful dialog»: With Download Accelerator Plus, all downloads run much faster, as several parts of a file are downloaded simultaneously, and Download Accelerator Plus tries to select the fastest download server (mirror) available.
Moreover, through Download Accelerator Plus, you can check out partially downloaded file (for example, preview video or zip archivecontents) and, which is more important, resume downloads that have been interrupted.
And finally, the precious unique feature of Download Accelerator Plus is «Download Security» checks. Its a ZoneAlarm-powered feature controlling malicious software and high-risk websites and protects you against any Internet treats during vulnerable process of files downloading.
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