Download Accelerator Manager (DAM) empowers you to download Internet files and save Web videos, music and more, from sites like YouTube, easily with the fastest speed. Download Accelerator Manager is a perfect tool to capture and download Web media for Google Chrome, Safari, Opera, Firefox, Internet Explorer browsers. DAM lets you increase download speeds, resume, schedule, and manage downloads.
Download social flash videos, music, songs etc, accelerate, schedule, resume, recover, and manage Internet downloads. Download Accelerator Manager (DAM) is a free Internet download manager software for both Internet file and social media downloading, from sites like YouTube. DAM is super fast, light, clean and easy to use.
DAM v4 releases MediaGrabber that lets you easily download social media from sites, like YouTube, MetaCafe, DailyMotion etc. This tool works with all browsers, such as IE, Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Opera, etc.
With DAM downloader, you can download with maximum possible speed using a smart download logic accelerator, schedule, recover, resume, and manage downloads. DAM uses dynamic-download-segmentation, no-file-part-assembly logic to achieve best download speed. Unlike other products of its kind that split download in parts only before download begins, DAM dynamically segments download throughout download process, reuses connections without extra connect steps, and maintains connections busyness. Plus, DAM eliminates file-part-assembly stage to achieve optimal download process.
DAM will recover downloads due to unexpected events or errors, such as lost connections, power outages, or network problems. It can connect to the Internet, download files, then disconnect or shutdown computer when done. This downloader can get files from protected sites and support Web cookies, proxy, HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP protocols, and redirects. Other features include connection, sites, and sounds managements. DAM supports Windows 7/Vista/XP and all popular browsers.
Download: Download Accelerator Manager 4.5.5 | 1.4 MB (Freeware, paid upgrade available)
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