Ares Galaxy Turbo Accelerator 184.108.40.206
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- 892 KB
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- Web Speeders
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- C: \ Internet \ File Sharing
When talking about file sharing, speed is probably the most important factor. Ares Galaxy Turbo Accelerator is designed to accelerate file downloads of the Ares Galaxy file sharing software.
Ares Galaxy Turbo Accelerator is actually an Ares Galaxy plug-in that enables you to improve the speed of your running downloads and consequently reduce the download times. The user-friendly interface is one of the advantages this plug-in has to offer.
When installing, this software offers to add third party components that can change the settings of your web browser. Once started, Ares Galaxy Turbo Accelerator displays the acceleration settings, but it is also operable in the system tray, allowing you to easily access all its features from the context menu: you can choose to auto resume downloads or even to autorun Ares Galaxy.
Set preferred acceleration options
You can easily configure the acceleration preferences, by choosing the desired check period in minutes. After this user-defined time interval, Ares Galaxy Turbo Accelerator searches for more sources. You can stop the acceleration process anytime you want, as well as run Ares Galaxy directly from the Accelerator's window.
Another notable feature is that you have the possibility to set the number of downloads from the queue that you want the application to accelerate. In addition to this, you can also select one of the predefined network interfaces.
Furthermore, the program also displays network statistics, including type, status, and connection duration or acceleration time. A certain plus is that you can permanently view the number of bytes sent and received, in real time.
Reliable Ares add-on
In conclusion, we can say that Ares Galaxy Turbo Accelerator is an easy-to-use and lightweight add-on for Ares Galaxy, designed for considerably decreasing file download times.
Ares Galaxy Turbo Accelerator was reviewed by Mihaela Citea, last updated on September 25th, 2014
Runs on: Windows All
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