DownThemAll! 2.0.18 / 3.0 Beta 6
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As with most browser components, this add-on can be easily integrated with Firefox, becoming accessible by opening the right-click menu anywhere on the page and simply selecting the file you want to download.
This action triggers a basic window to pop up, which features a smart filter for quickly picking a specific set of file types while excluding all the unwanted ones.
Download various types of objects from a webpage
Batch downloading is supported, which means that you can select multiple files and stack them up in a pending queue for sequential data downloading anywhere on the local disk.
Apart from the aforementioned file masks which you can add to the smart filter, it is possible to check the file's integrity via its checksum (e.g. SHA1, MD5), set the downloading speed limit, review download information for any task in the pending queue, manage mirrors, export data to file and import it later, add domain specific limits, as well as apply force (if necessary) to start a downloading job.
Set a smart filter, split downloads, schedule tasks, and more
What's more, DownThemAll! is capable of speeding up download jobs by splitting the file into multiple pieces to get them at the same time. The number of parts is put entirely at your disposal, as you can increase or decrease them by one segment. Downloading jobs can be paused and resumed later.
The software application can be asked to run at every Windows startup until further notice. Moreover, you can disable notifications and hide tooltips, establish the maximum number of concurrent downloads, downloads per server and retries, enable diagnostic logging to study any errors, as well as schedule downloading jobs to run automatically at fixed times without your assistance. Settings can be restored to their factory parameters.
Evaluation and conclusion
Everything worked smoothly in our tests, and DownThemAll! didn't hang, crash or show error dialogs. It downloads files swiftly and doesn't have a major impact on the computer's performance. Taking into account its generous set of configuration settings, this Firefox extension should definitely come in handy to seasoned PC users.
DownThemAll! was reviewed by Sorin Cirneala, last updated on January 21st, 2015
Runs on: Windows All
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