Introduction to the FlareGet Download Manager
FlareGet Has download features like Uget and it’s a full featured, advanced, multi-threaded, multi-segment download manager and accelerator for Windows and linux. a number of its options include: dynamic file segmentation, increased Browser integration, metalink support, intelligent file management system, resume support, one click Youtube video transfer, scheduler.
FlareGet supports Browser integration through add-ons and lots of options, together with surprisingly quick downloads with its strong dynamic file segmentation algorithmic program, increased Browser integration, support for resuming unfinished downloads, and intelligent file management.flareGet will replaced the default transfer manager of the many popular net browsers, like Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Chromium, Opera, etc.FlareGet could be a platform-independent application, supporting major linux distributions of these transfer managers the foremost wide used transfer manager of linux is FlareGet and it support most of the transfer options.
Features of FlareGet Download Manager
- It is an extremely fast download manager
- It uses a robust Dynamic file segmentation algorithm to speed up the download
- HTTP-Pipelining is a addition to dynamic file segmentation, each segment is further accelerated upto six times
- Smart Segments is used when one segment ends, it starts another segment to help terminate another segment more fast
- It supports upto 32 segments per download
- Add or remove download segments dynamically
- Automatic retry when a segment or download fails
- Resume support for broken/paused downloads
- Clipboard Monitoring
- Queue the downloads to download them later
- Limits the number of simultaneous downloads, when one download ends, it starts another automatically
- Multi-protocol support
- Intelligent file management
- Video download from most of the sites is supported through Flashgot addon and more.
FlareGet 3.1 Download Manager Pre-Installation Dependencies
Install Qt and Glib need as dependencies for FlareGet Download Managers
# yum install qt* glib*
Installation of FlareGet 3.1 Download Manager on Fedora 20 and RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux/Oracle Linux 6/5
$ wget -c http://www.flareget.com/files/flareget/rpm/i386/flareget_3.1-36_i386(stable)_rpm.tar.gz $ tar -xzvf flareget_3.1-36_i386(stable)_rpm.tar.gz $ cd flareget_3.1-36_i386(stable)_rpm $ sudo rpm -ivh flareget-3.1-36.i386.rpm $ flareget
$ wget -c http://www.flareget.com/files/flareget/rpm/amd64/flareget_3.1-36_x86_64(stable)_rpm.tar.gz $ tar -xzvf flareget_3.1-36_x86_64(stable)_rpm.tar.gz $ cd flareget_3.1-36_x86_64(stable)_rpm $ sudo rpm -ivh flareget-3.1-36.x86_64.rpm $ flareget
That`s all now, you have installed FlareGet Download Manager.You’re now ready to use the FlareGet Download Manager on your systems. Just connect the Linux Operating system to the Internet and see the action of the FlareGet Download Manager. Ensure that the FlareGet Download Manager is integrate perfectly with the Web Browsers. Enjoy the FlareGet Download Manager on your system. Any difficulties regarding the installation and configuration use the comment section below.