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FlashGet 1.72 build 128

by Amazesoft - 2.4MB (Freeware)

About

FlashGet is a freeware download manager (formerly shareware,adware) for Microsoft Windows. It is extremely popular, and the standard download manager in China and many other places.

Features

* Integration with web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Opera, Netscape, Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox, Avant Browser

* Can download a sequence of files

* Integrated web crawler

* Language support

* Support MMS and RTSP downloads.

* Manages downloaded files easily.

* Automatically search for the fastest server available for the fastest

possible downloads.

* The ability to split files into up to 10 parts, with each part downloading simultaneously.

* Superior ease-of-use. FlashGet's interface is logical, integrated, informative and customizable. Queue your downloads with FlashGet's logical queuing system.

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What's new in FlashGet Version 1.72 build 128

* All free !!!

* Context menu add to Opera 8.x

* some fine changes

* bug fixed

Important: Flashget is freeware now. Some anti-virus & spyware removal programs like AVAST, PEST PATROL, SPYWARE DOCTOR may detect false positives in FlashGet. If you are ever in doubt click here to run a full system scan with Webroot Spy Sweeper, or contact your software vendor for advice.

Download FlashGet 1.72 build 128

http://www.majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=461

http://www.download.com/FlashGet/3000-2017...&tag=button

http://down5.flashget.com/fgf172.exe

http://down6.flashget.com/fgf172.exe

http://down2.flashget.com/fgf172.exe

Edited by Copernic
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Kraftman

Is this freeware news? Honestly I have never used it so I'm not being sarcastic...

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ViperSnake

Wow! I've been using NetLeech all this time but it's been a memory hog on larger files! Is this one less of a memory hog?

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Dark Reaper

Is it free free? Or is it free with a crap load of spyware and adaware?

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oddcrap

How is this compared to IDM?

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Copernic

Just installed and seems to be clean.

@oddcrap

FlashGet was always my fav. I tried IDM inthe past even the last version (5.03) but i still like FlashGet for speed, interface etc...

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Kraftman

Is this worth "upgrading" (used in the loosest of terms) from Free Download Manager? I mean, I have no problems with FDM.

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Bhav

FlashGet is a great download manager :)

Thanks Copernic.

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ElectricDemon

Man....flashget (used to be jetcar)... Back in the day of 56k flat-rate and 2hr cut offs..

I used this for hefty downloads, left it running overnight to download 'huge' files. I set it to redial my ISP when the connection dropped.

Might check it out again. It rocked back then (with the ads removed via adaware), I'm sure it rocks even more now

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primexx

Should change the title from "FREEWARE" to "ADWARE"

I just installed it on my other computer thinking that it was clean....adware was detected before installation even completed.

What you people want to do is up to you, but I've already uninstalled it.

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Amnesia

as far as I am aware, FlashGet has always been free but banner supported (not adware)

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wynaut

Just got it to integrate into Opera 9. Ran a quick scan but found nothing suspicious. There aren't even ads anywhere in the program window. (to primexx: what adware did you detect?). Memory usage was below 2mb on my ageing system. However, Download Express still remains my favourite - it has never created a corrupted file for me.

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primexx

Just got it to integrate into Opera 9. Ran a quick scan but found nothing suspicious. There aren't even ads anywhere in the program window. (to primexx: what adware did you detect?). Memory usage was below 2mb on my ageing system. However, Download Express still remains my favourite - it has never created a corrupted file for me.

I dont know which adware it detected, basically avast identified one of the dlls as adware during the installation process.

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Copernic

I have NOD32 & Webroot SpySweeper installed and i don't see any ads or spyware installed by FlashGet.

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CoolCatBad

I get Win32:Adan-062 detected as adware by Avast.

Quarantined/Deleted it and FlashGet still works.

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fr33k

This is good news

Thank You

I installed and it seems to be registered to me and there is no ad banner on flashget

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mycoolkim

Its a good program (period). If it bloody has spyware, remove the spyware. No big deal.

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CoolCatBad

Apparently the adware warning simply concerns fgiebar.dll, which adds a FlashGet toolbar to IE. Nothing to worry about but they should make this clear on their website.

I will happily use this now that it's freeware, you can get a plugin for automating downloads in Firefox, even though it's called an Opera Plugin, here

http://www.flashget.com/en/browser.htm

Just point to your Firefox plugins folder during install.

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Chode

Should change the title from "FREEWARE" to "ADWARE"

I just installed it on my other computer thinking that it was clean....adware was detected before installation even completed.

What you people want to do is up to you, but I've already uninstalled it.

Thanks for the headsup (Y)

FDM remains for me.

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Z3r0

already moved over to free download manager :)

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BryanChung

ooooooooooooooo why suddenly a freeware? :D

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Blackima

Wait. You mean FlashGet wasn't free before?

woops :o

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iconoclast

I'll try it out. I've been using GetRight but I am bored with it.

/edit

Yea, both Avast and Spysweeper caught the "Browser helper object" which was the toolbar. Prevented it from installing and working fine.

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BryanChung

Wait. You mean FlashGet wasn't free before?

woops :o

haha yeah it wasn't previously :)

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