EagleGet 2.0.1.2 Beta

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EagleGet is a convenient download accelerator for you; its multi-threaded technology can maximize your network bandwidth usage. EagleGet can help you minimize download time, no matter what kind of network environment you are in (home, Internet cafes or public Wi-Fi), and recover downloads that are interrupted for any reason – lost connections, crashes, etc.

EagleGet features:

  • Accelerate downloads by using multi-threaded technology.
  • Support MMS, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP and RTSP protocols.
  • Support HTTP and SOCKET proxy.
  • Batch downloads function.
  • Support fully customized User-Agent.
  • Automatic refresh expired download address.
  • Download files in Chrome, IE, Firefox and Opera with one click.
  • Download different file types to separate folders.
  • Monitor running and completed tasks with TaskMonitor.
  • Built-in download scheduler.
  • Supports drag-and-drop to rearrange the priority of downloads.
  • Automatic run virus scan after download.
  • Convenient task properties panel.
  • Detailed connection log for each task.
  • Verify integrity of downloaded files.
  • Shutdown, hibernate or sleep computer after completing all transfers.
  • Built-in speed limiter.
  • Silent Mode (or Game Mode) function.
  • Import download lists from other download managers.
  • Supports multi-language interface (up to 20 languages).

Download: EagleGet 2.0.1.2 Beta | 4.5 MB (Freeware)
Download: EagleGet 1.1.8.3 | 5.4 MB (latest stable version)
View: EagleGet Home page | Release Notes

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is this one of those clients that actually "rape" your internet connection to get the best speeds possible? because they are really nice, just like the 360 browser - it works and dowloads stuff really fast, only drawback, it uses chrome 33, not the new blink stuff

When I tried this some months ago I was unable to manually control the number of threads.

What I like about flashget 1.73 is that when I need to download a file I can just "flashgot" it straight into a download directory with a set number of threads - and then adjust the number of those threads via two mouse clicks as I see fit.

I've not had any luck in making this process as simple in any other download manager, instead, one of the download managers I've tried scanned my programs and told me what to update.