Xtreme Download Manager (XDM) is a full — featured Java graphical download Manager. XDM uses sophisticated dynamic segmentation algorithm (parameters of segmentation downloads can be set in options), supports data compression and downloads in multiple threads (which can significantly increase the download speed).
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Xtreme Download Manager supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP (it is possible to connect to servers requiring authentication) and work through a proxy server. The file download can be paused and resumed from the place of interruption.
XDM integrates with any system browser (automatically, can be set manually, automatically intercepting the download address from the clipboard (based on extension), can capture FLV videos from any website and save it.
Positive characteristics of Xtreme Download Manager:
-Downloads very quickly.
-Downloads video hosting YouTube
Negative characteristics Xtreme Download Manager:
-Java program execution, poor decision.
-Possible full glitch the system that helps ordinary restart.
-There is no limit on upload speeds
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
cd /tmp && wget http://xdman.sourceforge.net/xdman_mint_ubuntu.deb && sudo dpkg -i xdman_mint_ubuntu.deb
Installation latest version from NoobsLab PPA repository:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/apps sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install xdman