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Hi...

 

I need your opinion, who's the best :

 

Download Accelerator Plus 8.7 ( free )

 

FlashGet 2.0 ( free ),is it safe ? I read their site marked as Adware/Spyware in SITEADVISOR

 

Orbit Downloader

 

Free Download Manager

 

Thank :):):)

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I need your opinion, who's the best :

 

Download Accelerator Plus 8.7 ( free )

 

FlashGet 2.0 ( free ),is it safe ? I read their site marked as Adware/Spyware in SITEADVISOR

 

Well I've used Download Accelerator Plus 5.3.9.5 for years only because I have the serial for it, which doesn't work on WinXP, the serial that is. I've downloaded the newer version but I don't like how they work so I'm sticking with my version.

 

There are different free versions on FileHippo. <_<

 

Edit: It does work with WinXP.

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Keith

 

Windows XP 2002 SP3

IE 7.0

 

Martin2k

 

Rorshach112 is the best

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I have been using xxxxxxxx Internet Download Manager for a while now and i would recommend it to everyone.
It is not Free and is a time limited demo version.

 

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IE7Pro has a good Download manager that is Free.

"Education is what remains after one has forgotten everything he learned in school." - Albert Einstein

IE7Pro user

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A good download manager is an add-on for Mozilla Firefox called DownThemAll!, it's super easy to use too.

 

I like Orbit downloader.

I used to use that but sometimes it would just mess up a download thus failing, and eventually that became more annoying than useful.

 

Hi...

 

I need your opinion, who's the best :

 

Download Accelerator Plus 8.7 ( free )

 

FlashGet 2.0 ( free ),is it safe ? I read their site marked as Adware/Spyware in SITEADVISOR

 

Orbit Downloader

 

Free Download Manager

 

Thank :):):)

Download Accelerator used to be adware, don't know if it still is though but I wouldn't touch it because of the adware history it has. Supposedly FlashGet isn't adware anymore, but again something that used to be adware in the past doesn't give any confidence in ever garnering my trust.

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