Monday, August 7, 2017

IDM offers faster downloads


In my neighborhood, there’s not many options for broadband Internet service. I can get it from the cable company or the cable company. And if I want speedy service, I’ll be on the hook for a hefty monthly fee.

That’s why I’m investigating other ways to get faster downloads. One is Internet Download Manager, a Windows software program that promises a dramatic increase in in download speeds for transferring large files from the web such as games, music, videos.

The people who created IDM say Internet Download Manager is able to segment downloads and reuse web connections to assist it in achieving rapid download speeds.

The software also offers several other useful features. IDM gives users the ability to resume unfinished downloads and download videos from most popular video websites. It also allows users to schedule downloads and set limits on download rates.

The program costs $24.95 and works will multiple versions of Windows, from XP through Windows 10. It integrates with most popular browsers including Internet Explorer, FireFox, and Google Chrome.

For more details and to download the program, visit the download manager website.


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