Download Accelerator Manager 2017-2018 Full Free Download
Download Accelerator Manager (also known as DAM) is a free internet download manager that will help manage and speed up your downloads.
If you download frequently but don’t use a download accelerator or manager, you should think again. They can really make downloading a much easier and better organized experience.
Add downloads to Download Accelerator Manager by copying and pasting the URL, using the Download with DAM option in the context menu that appears when you right click on a link, or dragging links to the icon that appears when you enable browser integration.
The Download Accelerator Manager interface makes it easy to see download statuses. Crucially, the app includes lots of little features that make managing downloads much easier – you can pause, auto-sort files, use proxies, auto shutdown after downloading and much more. The Download Accelerator Manager configuration options are extensive and should be able to meet pretty much every need that arises.
If you have used DAP, you’ll notice the similarities to Download Accelerator Manager, with a few notable exceptions. Download Accelerator Manager is a little more old-fashioned to look at, and the help available is not very complete.
Even though we think that DAP is the best download manager around, Download Accelerator Manager is still a great program that’s definitely worth a look.
Fast, well-managed downloads can be yours with Download Accelerator Manager.
Software that promises to speed up your download is almost invariably limited by something it can’t effect, namely your Internet connection, and that’s the case with Download Accelerator Manager, aka DAM. But DAM does serve as a free, browser-integrated download manager. DAM lets you schedule, pause, and resume multiple downloads, which can be a big help to users who have limited bandwidth or access time, especially when downloading large files such as movies. For instance, you can schedule DAM to download files at night, when local traffic is lighter (or rates lower). To that end, DAM offers features specifically designed to make downloads easier, such as dial-up options. Many folks around the world still access the Web that way, only now they’re trying to download broadband-choking files over phone lines, byte by tiny byte. For them, DAM picks up where ordinary browser-integrated download managers leave off.
DAM’s setup includes the option to integrate the program with most current browsers. DAM’s main points of contact consist of the user interface, which offers an interesting tree view that sorts unfinished and finished downloads by category; the optional Drop Target in the notification area; and a System Tray icon that shows quick counters when you hover the cursor, and a menu of commands and options when you right-click it. It’s fairly simple to add or schedule downloads, which starts by pasting or entering the URL of a download target.
Files are listed in the main view with column headings such as Time Left, Transfer Rate, and Last Try Date, and the Scheduler appears on the toolbar as well as the options menu. We clicked “Add” to initiate a download, copied and pasted a YouTube URL, selected a destination and category, and added some file info. From there we could schedule or start the download. We could also enter a user name and password for sites requiring authorization.