Free Download Manager 2.5 Build 753

Free Download Manager (FDM) is a light-weight, powerful and easy-to-use application, a full-featured download accelerator and manager. Moreover, FDM is 100% safe, open-source software distributed under GPL license. FDM allows you to download files and whole web sites from any remote server via HTTP, HTTPS and FTP. With FDM the downloading process will be as easy as never! With FDM you needn't start the downloading from the beginning after casual interruption. You can resume unfinished download from the place where it have been interrupted. Also this program warns you if some servers don't support download resuming. It allows you to make a decision about the downloading. So with FDM you save your time and money.

Works on Microsoft Windows 9x/ME/2000/2003/XP/Vista

Changes in version 2.5 build 753:
[+] Support for non English names of files downloaded via HTTP protocol
[+] Bittorrent: peers tab improved
[-] Bittorrent 99% bug fixed
[-] Bittorrent: invalid characters in the names of peers
[-] Bittorrent: crash sometimes when stop download.
[-] Another bug of Bittorrent downloads
[-] FDM has lost login info of a download sometimes after performing the "query size" command
[-] Downloads info window was shown empty sometimes

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Cool prog, but a feature it doesn't have and that I miss so much and just can't go without is checking for updates for downloaded files, just like FlashGet (reported to be malware by many antispyware tools) is able to do. I suggested this feature over at their forum. However, as of yet they posted no reply on this. Damn pity!

yea, i put up a suggestion stating that i want to be able to organize the "site manager" list. move the diffrent server addresses up or down on the list so they can be organized. you can do it with the downloads so it should be really easy to implement, but they haven't replied

you can have it replace the current file you have if the new file you try to download is a newer version. maybe you can even set it up to do it automatically in the task scheduler portion of the program