The good old times, when most of us had slow, unreliable Internet connections, were the times of the rise of «file downloaders». The first ones of them were naive, and all they could do was «download this file, in spite of disconnects and low download speed». But the software kept undergoing the development, became smarter and more automated, and mature downloaders suddenly became really useful programs EVEN in the times of ultra-fast and reliable dedicated connections. Look at Download Studio, the best example of the kind.
With Download Studio, you certainly can just «quickly add a file to a download queue» (the program seamlessly integrates with all popular browsers), but you can also do many complex and interesting things. For example, you can easily download a range of files (files with similar names and successive numbers), or examine an entire site. The «Examine Site» feature allows you to dig into one site address and have Download Studio grab all the site pages, and, for example, save all pictures from those pages (download terms can be much more specific). Moreover, Download Studio is smart enough to download files from RSS feed links (for example, automatically grab podcasts), and even capture streaming video and audio.
Download Studio is designed in the way that provides the easy unobtrusive interface for novices and unveils complicated features and fine-tuning for advanced users.
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