What is my default download manager??

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veronica

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I have XP. I downloaded 'Fresh Download Manager'.

It said it was not my default download manager.

What is?? Does XP have a download manager??

Isn't a download manager a download accelerater??

Thank you.
 

sboulema

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xp doesnt have a download manager. the message was asking to set some setting so that internet explorer uses fresh download to get its files from the net.
 

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veronica said:
Isn't a download manager a download accelerater??

No. A download manager simply manages your downloads. There is nothing out there that can accelerate a download, your modem is the speed it is.
 

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as the man says, accelerators are there to steal your money nothing else
 

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accelerators work use 1 and try :rolleyes:

I only get 80kb off 1 site if i download and save but if use Flashget i get 100kb+ off the same site :p

I get my max download speed most of the time with Flashget, Re-Get, Dap but when ever i download and save dont get speeds i do with them programs 80kb- so imo they work :p
 

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dont they just change priorities for things like browsing 1 ; downloading 99 ?

therefore in fact they still dont accelerate past what the modem is capable
 

paul2-0-0-2

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lol i didnt say they accelerate past what the modem is capable just get Max speed your Internet most of the time

idea #1, the multi-connection idea is good one, but only if you've got the bandwidth to make use of it. As I said, ADSL and cable are ideal candidates because you're talking about a pretty big pipe. The DA cuts the file you want into several pieces and asks for all the pieces at once. The idea is that it stands a pretty good chance of getting the whole thing down and re-assembled faster than just taking it all in one fat chunk.

http://www.winneronline.com/articles/april2001/downloaders.htm
 
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paul2-0-0-2 said:
get Max speed your Internet most of the time

idea #1, the multi-connection idea is good one, but only if you've got the bandwidth to make use of it. As I said, ADSL and cable are ideal candidates because you're talking about a pretty big pipe. The DA cuts the file you want into several pieces and asks for all the pieces at once. The idea is that it stands a pretty good chance of getting the whole thing down and re-assembled faster than just taking it all in one fat chunk.
This is what I read. A friend saw it.

He said it made a noticeable difference on dail up.

Thanks for the replies. -Vera
 

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