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Internet Download Manager

Internet Download Manager (also called IDM) is a download manager that manages and schedule downloads.

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Internet Download Manager (also called IDM) is a trialware download manager for Microsoft Windows, owned by American company Tonec FZE based in New York City. Its features include managing and scheduling downloads, utilizing full bandwidth, recovery and resume capability to restore/restart broken or interrupted downloads due to lost connections, network problems, computer shutdowns, or unexpected power outages.

It supports a wide range of proxy servers, firewall, FTP, and HTTP protocols, redirects, cookies, MP3 audio and MPEG video processing. It efficiently collaborates with Microsoft Internet Explorer , Opera , Avant Browser, AOL, MSN Explorer, Mozilla Firefox , Netscape, MyIE2, and other popular browsers to manage the download.

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System Requirements

1OS: Windows XP/NT/2000/Vista/7/8/8.1/10



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Tonec FZE

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Internet Download Manager being a proprietary software, its source code is not publicly hosted.


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