FDM is a program that you can use to queue and schedule downloads. It supports both regular HTTP/FTP downloads and torrents. Everybody only uses it for regular downloads though and uses a dedicated torrent client for torrents.
https://www.freedownloadmanager.org/ and downloading from Archive.org which is listed in the megathread, I use LinkGrabber or Jdownloader to grab the links to each file then paste the URL's into FDM and away you go :)
ProTip- Use a download Manager. I use Free download Manager. It's way easier to manage downloads because you can turn off your PC and continue the download on next boot plus it's faster.
Here's a link
Sometimes I use Deb package(if no rpm is available) in Fedora lol. I am using FDM, Lunacy and jamesdsp like this. I extract the Deb package and copy the files to their respective folders.
Ah. Then you will be way better off using FDM. Its free and open source, works fine in FF, and does all the thing IDM does (plus, it can also download torrents with magnet link support).
If your HTTPS page is password protected, you should be able to save its logins in the settings for IDM. the other two should have such features but not sure.
Ive been using Free Download Manager for some time now. I'm not sure about blocklists, but it does have a proxy feature I use all the time. https://www.freedownloadmanager.org
The UI is trash (its cross platform), but its hella faster than transmission for me!
Use a real download manager that is capable of properly resuming rather than relying on your browser.
Wget is great if you can manage the command line. The Eye has a good guide to get you going if you want to try it.
Jdownloader is a good choice if you need a GUI, as is Free Download Manager.
Use a download manager such as:
Static links like what POL uses for its files can be resumed safely at any time, so that should prevent your downloads from failing.
p.s. cheatsheet of mp3 urls, ripped from web archive copy of the old rss feed. (up to the end of amnesty)... might need some care with ordering though! :p (these are A-Z order) watch out for balance 49 instead of 049! :p
could mass download them in a download manager (browser extension or a desktop one)
'paste urls from clipboard'
People on this subreddit have used JDownloader, EagleGet, and Free Download Manager (FDM). Browsers, including Chrome, seem to have a hard time maintaining a connection while downloading large files over a slow or unstable network, especially when MediaFire is involved.
baru kemarin coba FreeDownloadManager rekomen dari megathreadnya r/PiratedGames
download Free Download Manager (https://www.freedownloadmanager.org/) and the chrome extension (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/free-download-manager-chr/ahmpjcflkgiildlgicmcieglgoilbfdp/RK%3D2/RS%3DfQzscgKGm9aMezJJ7Gf2Fcc.JSo-)
this should make it quicker
Don't bother with IDM piracy. Too much of a hassle to update and sometimes the crack not working, just use Free Download Manager and the Browser Extension. Trust me, it's close enough.
I use this one called FDM. It's simple, quick and works well in my experience. Just copy the link of the file you want to download and paste it on the download manager and you're good to go. :)
The only way to make it faster (the way I use) is to download "Free Download Manager" at https://www.freedownloadmanager.org/download.htm after you download it, cancel your uploadhaven download on google chrome, then go to "chrome://downloads" you just need to type it in your browser, then right click on the download link, and click "Copy link address", your final step is to open Free Download Manager, press the plus icon at the top right, then click "Ok", and finally click "Download".
I'm not sure if there is a faster way but I would suggest using
FreeDownloader as it helps with any disconnects and will easily resume
downloading your file. This is what I've started using and it's free and
opensource, no spam, no b.s. It's usually slow because there aren't a
lot of people sharing at the moment. https://www.freedownloadmanager.org/
I'm not sure if there is a faster way but I would suggest using FreeDownloader as it helps with any disconnects and will easily resume downloading your file. This is what I've started using and it's free and opensource, no spam, no b.s. It's usually slow because there aren't a lot of people sharing at the moment. https://www.freedownloadmanager.org/
This seems to be a problem with fdm but here is a post that says you can get a new link for the file and change it in the browser extension and continue the download.
This is the best site for downloading PC games
Okay, yeah the size might be a little too big, but I'm assuming you must have a fibrenet connection or at least enough data pack to download a 4 GB game
If you wanna pause, and download in parts, then you can use this easy to use download manager
Let me tell you something else, the site I have provided you provides games with the original features, but for free
You can enjoy the same features as the paid users (the ones which bought the game) have enjoyed
Free Download Manager
or Turbo Download Manager (it is a chrome application)
Microsoft Edge is Better for downloading LITERALLY.Thing is I am using FDM and It's extension (Link: https://www.freedownloadmanager.org/) (Extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/free-download-manager/ahmpjcflkgiildlgicmcieglgoilbfdp?hl=en) download the extension to your edge browser. hope this helps.
EDIT: Sometimes the download does dip down for a bit but don't worry it will just go back up to the normal speed.
hope this helps
As an alternative to what u/Plasmapea987 said, you can use Free download manager (https://www.freedownloadmanager.org) on the site to help speedup downloads, as I don't recommend free VPNs
yes, the software is safe to use but i'd recommend you use FDM - Free Download Manager.
It'll allow you to download all your YT vids in 4k or in any quality you prefer, it'll download whole playlists into a folder and on top it'll also download everything else (even torrents!)
it'll act as an all in on solution - if that's what you're looking for.
Google chrome doesn't use multi-threading while downloading. I believe because it focuses the throughput speed to downloading and this slows down browsing.
multi-threading, multiple connections or parallel connections Call them whatever you want.
this has major role in increasing download speeds (or at least enables you to use your full internet speed while downloading).
so I would suggest a Good free Download manager Like FDM.
if you don't wanna use youtube dl / command line i'd recommend you FREE DOWNLOAD MANAGER - https://www.freedownloadmanager.org/
it will download everything.. torrents, direct downloads, you name it. and it will also download your youtube playlists in sequential order. just paste the playlist link and get downloading!
I will not recommend crack software, one good alternative for IDM is FDM (Free Download Manager)
Only just saw this...
You can use "Free Download Manager" to save Onlyfans videos.
Under the video where it says "copy link" , select that and with Free Download Manager select the + symbol and it will copy the link and you'll be able to select where to save it to on your computer.
Vimm isn't P2P. Vimm doesn't have the best bandwidth. I was getting a 35gb file the other day on there and it crashed out on me 4 times. But I use free download manager. https://www.freedownloadmanager.org/. This will keep your download going longer and if it stalls when you restart it-it will restart where it left off. I highly recommend this.
Something like Free Download Manager would be a better bet for those people. I use it on my laptop for downloading single torrents that I don't want the hassle of using the QB server for.
Works perfectly fine.
It could be either, really. I'd assume it's the download tho. It doesn't nescessarily mean harm to your computer don't worry, it probably has an error in the Download and therefore won't download all parts of the file completely.
I have 2 things you may test:
First, the simple one: just find another site to download these specific Roms from. Trust me, there are plenty.
Second: you can try to use a free download manager, if it's a loss in files mid-download this could fix the problem. Also in my experience it also improves the speed of the download and keeps my ping when playing online games stable, even with 10 downloads in the background.
For this you need to download this tool: https://www.freedownloadmanager.org/de/
Hope you have a nice new years. :)
Oh man, that's rough. Have you tried a different browser?
Also, more importantly, I'd suggest trying a download manager. They don't work/improve speeds much im some cases but most of the time they do (my understanding is that they start multiple requests rather than a single one from the same source, but I'm not sure).
I use Free Download Manager and while it's pretty ugly and a bit of a pain to setup the browser extensions, it works like a charm.
There are real WAGs (wild-ass guesses) here, but:
Are you playing games with online components? Even things like AC Valhalla phones home to the Ubi servers a lot.
Is your PC and/or router and/or modem on the same outlet or circuit as your PS4? Downloads will increase power draw; normally I'd expect it to be a minuscule increase but maybe that circuit or outlet is really taxed.
Are your cables (particularly ethernet and audio) running along each other? Maybe something's not properly shielded and causing interference. That would be unusual for the ethernet to be unshielded, but it could explain the audio problems if it's playing through a stereo.
Does it still happen if you throttle your downloads? That would be the next thing I'd try. Steam and Epic both have download throttling, for Firefox or Chrome downloads you'd probably need a download manager. I use "Free Download Manager" which is pretty nice despite the fishy-sounding name.
You probably don't need me to say this, but you shouldn't troubleshoot the wiring in your home beyond plugging/unplugging devices and flipping breakers unless you're a professional. The gains aren't worth the risk.
>and btw is it this one?
Yes, it's correct. Keep in mind that FDM cannot resume your torrent download to another PC / restored PC just like other clients did. So if you plan to reflash your operating system, make sure to finish your download!
Have you tried using a download manager with resume feature? It should be able to restart the D/L from the point where it failed or was interrupted.
I have been using FDM for all my downloads and it works pretty good. Maybe give it a try!
https://www.freedownloadmanager.org/features.htm they have said they have pause resume function, I haven't used it myself ,why don't you try it and see if it works?
Nevermind, I had the launcher configured wrong. Yeah I currently use qBittorrent but I want to use FreeDownloadManager (https://www.freedownloadmanager.org/), whenever I try to download something it gets stuck in receiving metadata and for some reason this only happens in Void, the program works well in Debian and Arch.
I use free download manager from https://www.freedownloadmanager.org you can have it auto select downloads per browser, or just copy the download link and add it to FDM.
Download managers also download faster because they use multiple threads.
Download it the client and Chrome extension. It will automatically pick up new downloads made in Chrome.
I personally only use it when I want to download something big (like LOTD V5) as I do small browser downloads a lot.
For Firefox I use the add-on YouTube Video and Audio Downloader. After extraction of the video or audio URL's, instead of letting the browser do the downloading, I copy the URL to my downloader, FDM 3.9.7, so that I could have resuming.
If you are using Waterfox 56.x (aka: Waterfox Classic), I use FlashGot 188.8.131.52 and FDM 184.108.40.2061 with it.
I remember downloading a playlist of Pixelart tutorial with Free Download Manager. Just copy paste the playlist link, you can do the same with individual video.
I'm not using it rn, because it seems FDM have a hard time with unstable connection. : (
But if your connection is good I find FDM faster than IDM. : )
I also used 4K before, work flawlesly but it's a paid app and FDM can do the same job with more benefit (accelerate download, Torrent, etc)
Free Download Manager would probably cover your needs.
Lidarr offers an alternative approach that might be worth looking into.
Not sure what you mean, maybe I am wrong. The way I use it is anything I want to download, I can right click it and then click "download with free download manager", then it divides the downloads into as many sections as it can (usually 10) to download as quickly as possible. It also supports download resuming, bittorrent, previews (for video downloads) and proxy settings independent to the system wide settings, etc.
Here's the website https://www.freedownloadmanager.org
or from within the update menu, disable update checks to not be bothered with daily messages.
then tap the changelog link from the update menu and bookmark that page to look ever couple of weeks for useful updates.
i'm going with monthly security updates by checking the system/build.prop with "free download manager" on desktop with zip preview.
that way i don't have to download the whole thing on my phone until it has the latest monthly security rollup.
FDM works rather well I find, but as for proper IDM torrents this is a good one.
Try using 3rd party downloader, like FDM. Google used to ban those since they bypass download speed limit (I dont even understand how it works, but I get 5MB/s, up to 100MB/s instead of usual 200KB/s), so not sure if they work now.
If the core issue is that your Internet connection is unreliable, you might consider using an open source download manager that can handle resuming downloads (from the disconnection); like FDM:
To be extra thorough you could get your friend to do a hash on the file, then match up with the completed download at your end.
Just out of curiosity, being it doesn't resolve your issue, have you tried using a Download Manager such a this to see if it gets better speeds or not?
If it does get better speeds, then the problem is for sure isolated to Firefox/some glitch within it.
Worse case scenario you can use it as a work around for Firefox til you get your speed issue within it worked out, but it really doesn't help the UL issue.
Well, I thought of the project as the box being both a catalogue, and one of the peers. Remember, I'm dealing with non-savvy people, so i thought the best option would be to suggest free download manager as a client, on the box'es frontpage. (it has local peer discovery)
Then, i just have to physically hide it well...
I just started using Free Download Manager the other day and it has this option. You have to install a separate client for this and then an extension in Chrome, just as you do with any download manager for Chrome (and now Firefox too since v57), but it runs in the background and catches my Chrome downloads well.
Need another source to get SPv3?
Gotta thank Mediafire for those corrupted or failed Downloads . You should first try downloading it with a more reliable downloader like Free Download Manager or an equivalent is a good jumping on point (Firefox's one is pretty reliable). If that don't work here's a torrent (magnetic link) for version SPV3.1.0c, not the latest but hey it's there & i kinda don't what to replace the regular way
By request most have stop torrenting, but i'm glad to help anyone you can't get the game though regular means
what a "magnetic link" http://lifehacker.com/5875899/what-are-magnet-links-and-how-do-i-use-them-to-download-torrents
if you need more help just ask.