uGet is a Windows download manager that can download multiple files at the same time and add links from the clipboard itself. It also allows the client to add multiple links from the buffer, then run multiple downloads using those links.
If you add a new load, you will be asked to decide where you wish to save files, mirrors (if you can), the number of simultaneous connections (if any), and just to make sure there are no records stored or associated to your account as it downloads files using an automatic download proxies when in the pause mode as well as during loading.
The main uGet window consists of a list of downloads and a list of categories. It's quite typical for programs of this type to arrange both lists this way, and this can be further noted by using the context menu and changing the order, priority, start and stop loading, as well as transitioning to the panel. We recently added a speed limit section.
It would be best to draw your attention to this fact for fairness: Almost all download managers today have the features you're seeking, and UGet has no interesting "chips" or tools that can provide these details. There isn't any other significant difference between the function for parseping links from text files and support for simultaneous file loading with an array of different protocols, except that a combination of formats supports this function.
To be clear, uGet is essentially a traditional download manager that has similar design and functionality. Although it is entirely free and open source, I don't see it as much of a benefit.
- ; automates starting downloads automatically, customizing priorities and changing queues when downloads are started in batches;
- Files from the clipboard as well as XML, TXT, and HTML files can be converted into algorithms.
- Multiple protocols can be downloaded by the same server.
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- It is possible to specify information from the payer's account when loading files from paid senders";
- Using the context menu, you are able to control priorities, speed limits, and download statuses.
- The uGet computer is automatically shut down after the last boot is complete if the user selects the appropriate option.