5 Most Popular Download Managers for Your Linux Systems

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10 Responses

  1. Niket says:

    of been using uget for ages – since its inception in fact. it’s a powerful download manager among other feats i like very much is its capable of preserving downloaded files timestamp, just like wget without having to escape every weird char.

    However lately uget is resetting my settings whenever a new version is out or whenever fancy strikes (mostly asking for donation). i find that very annoying. as for new version in Linux, thats not users business since distros take care of packaging and distribution, so theres nothing much can be done as far as users are concerned except waiting update from our distros! of filed complaint several times to uget devs but so far nothing changed. should we go back to wget?

    thanks for review.

  2. FAVOUR LOVELY says:

    The link to XDMAN is actually not working with Ubuntu 17.04 (Zesty), therefore i tried this and is working well.

    $ wget https://sourceforge.net/projects/xdman/files/xdm-setup-x64.tar.xz/download  #64-bit
    $ https://sourceforge.net/projects/xdman/files/xdm-setup-x86.tar.xz/download      #32-bit
    $ sudo unzip download
    $ cd xdm-setup
    $ chmod 775 install.sh
    $ ./install.sh
    

    now enjoy it

  3. Try latest XDMAN (2015)

  4. ceghap says:

    i used all stated above but feels like nothing will beats xdm.

    it will be great if xdm have option to shutdown pc after finish download.

  5. Ron Modesitt says:

    Nice article on Download Managers. Always good stuff at TecMint.

  6. Gopal says:

    Try highspeed command line tools like prozilla and axel

  7. Khoi D. Dinh says:

    Thank you.

  8. Thanks Mr.Sabbagh for this interesting article

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