Many huge technological changes are loud, but the real Progress, when those changes are accepted by the society, is quiet. Video streaming technologies, allowing (theoretically) to watch video online, are old enough. But when have they become the mainstream? When have millions of Internet users become video-viewers? Seems, it was not long time ago, and even this change is still in progress. The main requirement for video to become a real online media is the speed of its downloading and viewing. In the majority of cases, that speed is still Just Not Enough. We REALLY CAN speed-up the progress of Internet media by speeding up video downloads. And there are people out there, who do this already.
SpeedBit Video Accelerator really accelerates online video! (I can omit all other words, but here are some details.) The software, when you install it, handles all requests sent by your browser to popular online video services, and accelerates those requests significantly by a complex multi-connection algorithm with ingenious video buffering.
All you need to see are a small notification window and much greater speed of video-players «buffering» progress bar.
There are some great additional features in SpeedBit Video Accelerator such as the unique video search, that lets you find the hottest and most popular videos around the web. There is also the video bookmark feature, which lets you replay the last 10 videos played. Even without all the additional features offered within the Video Accelerator, SpeedBit Video Accelerators ability to bring smooth video to video watchers around the web, is enough to warrant that it be written into the history of the internet.
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