SpeedBit Video Accelerator
The Internet is an amazing place, full of all kind of information, waiting for users to make their choice. Understandably, this can also translate in delays and minutes, even hours spent waiting for a certain download to complete or a video to load its buffer, so an accelerator is quite useful.
When this application is developed especially for videos, a software title comes to mind: SpeedBit Video Accelerator. This software offers users the chance to enjoy the time they spend online, reducing the wait period for streamed videos – this way, they can watch the clip without any pauses due to buffer issues.
Ad-riddled setup and non-obtrusive interface
The application should install without requiring any user input, except the occasional pressing of the “Next” button. However, it will offer to install additional software that is not needed to ensure full functioning of SpeedBit Video Accelerator, and thus they can be skipped with ease.
The tool runs in the system tray, making all optimizations in the background and accelerating online videos without any user intervention.
Support for many sites, web browsers and video accelerations
SpeedBit Video Accelerator supports more than 100 websites, including YouTube, Dailymotion, Facebook, Vimeo, Metacafe, Veoh, Bebo, CNN and more, therefore users can navigate without worries that the clip they are about to watch will interrupt.
This utility can fully operate regardless of the browser one uses for navigating the Internet, no matter if it is Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Netscape, Maxthon, AOL or Flock.
Moreover, the application supports several types of accelerations, depending on the user's requirements and on the type of video, be it regular or high quality.
Performance and conclusion
The computer’s performance might be affected from time to time, the response time is very good and our tests did not reveal any errors or crashes.
All in all, SpeedBit Video Accelerator is an efficient piece of software, dedicated to both power and novice users who value their time and do not want to want to spend a lot of time looking at the buffer.