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Internet Download Manager 1year A$10.32, Lifetime Version A$26.14 @ Game Dealing

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Internet Download Manager 1year A$10.32, Lifetime Version A$26.14.
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  • +4 votes

    How is this a bargain?

    • +3 votes

      It allows you do download the internet.

      Can't you read ?

  • +2 votes

    can i use this to download more ram?

  • -2 votes

    This is the equivalent of paying for bottled air

    • +12 votes

      You would be surprised that IDM actually speeds up downloads when downloading large files by quite a lot.

      That said, I too don't pay for IDM.

    • +5 votes

      You are absolutely wrong mate, IDM or basically any download manager makes an immense difference when you download large files

      • +1 vote

        Been using paid IDM for nearly 10 years, it truly does max out my connection speed by splitting up the file into chunks. Excellent software.

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          you must've missed the good old Flasghet & Getright……

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            @davidl2: Those programs were no where near as good at the time, especially for setting up schedules and queues, and the ability to enter your fileshare account details to download "Linux iso's" seamlessly from places like rapidshare, etc when they still existed.

    • +1 vote

      you don't know what you're talking about.

    • +2 votes

      I know it's super-cool to be all edgy and stuff on OzBargain, but IDM is a great download manager. But don't let reality get in the way of your internet image.

  • -3 votes

    What is the point of this?

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    Isn't OEM keys not for reselling?

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    I'm using flashget…?

  • +4 votes

    Why anyone would pay for IDM when theres sooooo many free options now is beyond me.
    Personally I use Multithread Download Manager or Turbo Download Manager in FF and the old school Free Download Manager outside of FF….all free.

    • +4 votes

      Mate, I wouldn't be installing Norton if you paid me.

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    When I read the first line of the product description it made me LOL. Like those programs that claimed to double your ram or hdd space.

    increase download speeds by up to 5 times

    I'm personally using JDownloader2. It's free and does exactly the same thing.

    • +2 votes

      You laugh at it's claim then say you're using a similar program..?

      (they do work)

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        JDownloader2 doesn't make false claims that are impossible to substantiate and paying for something that can be had for free elsewhere.

        • +1 vote

          Why is the claim so hard to believe?
          If you had 5-10 open throttled connections downloading the same file you’d have 5-10x the speed.

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      Didn't know jdownloader2 was an "internet download manager" .. but ahh .. I will never go back to "normal" downloading again after discovering that app.

      Just wished they would update the interface, but then it prolly would more graphics intensive.

  • +7 votes

    I vouch for IDM. For over 10 years, I've used basically every open source and free download managers available out there including browser plugins, etc. on Windows/Linux/Mac and none can match IDM speed, resume capability, etc.

    • +3 votes

      Agreed. When I moved to Mac the app I missed the most was IDM. The free apps are good enough for casual use but if you’re a heavy user then it may be worth paying for.

      Also, if you haven’t heard about it and are wondering if it’s worth it or not then imho most likely it’s not worth it for you.

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        Have you tried out Eltima's Foxl? .. I find that one pretty good when using it on a Mac (VM).

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          Yeah I did. It’s probably the best download manager on Mac I reckon. Still not come close to IDK though.

    • +2 votes

      I dont see how IDM can be any faster than the others once you reach max speed for your net.
      EDIT: Actually, how its written to disk can affect performance, but I never noticed IDM being any faster than others.
      And resume capability purely comes down to whether the server serves the right headers and allows it.

      • +1 vote

        I wish its that simple and hope the other download managers could compete, unfortunately nope!

        IDM has been selling its software for over 10 years now? I doubt they will stay in the market for this long if they're just like the other free download managers.

        • +1 vote

          People buy ram boosters, people are dumb. Some false sense that some thing is better.
          Ive tried the lot and once you reach 6meg a sec (the most I get) then its just down to features.
          But if IDM works for you thats great.

        • +2 votes

          Look at WinZip and WinRAR.

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          Someone here said it could resume from google drive, now that interested me. So I tested it. First time it failed to restart. Second and third time it did. And Ive come to realize its refresh link ability and Im sure that would have got the first one to work again as I caused a fail, tried it and it worked. Heck, just the ability to catch the link from gdrive is cool, all three I mentioned couldnt even do that.
          Then I decided to test the speed. From my torrent box I downloaded a file 3 times in IDM and 3 in FDM (old school). IDM 48 seconds, FDM 48 for a 252meg file on average for all 3.
          So speeds are the same, but as I said it ends up being features and the fact that it can do Google drive is a BIG one for me. The fact that it could catch the link when the others couldnt is also a very good sign, it might catch other links the others cant. The refresh link feature is also very good, going back to the page and catching a new link with new cookies and what not is very useful.
          So Im thinking of buying it now, except Im worried about the person in here saying they got cancelled for using on multiple machines, that doesnt sound good…..but meh, think Ill just get the yearly, 10 bucks is ok to gamble with.

          OK, I bought a year, just waiting for it to be processed or woteva.

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      I have used some free 'download manager', still found the IDM is the best.
      But they frequently updated the IDM(very frequent), it is a little bit annoying.

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    For AU $6.67 on AliExpress
    https://a.aliexpress.com/_mM9KGrb

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      Review says aliexpress seller sells the crack not the key

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        I assume you meant cleftal horizon

        • +1 vote

          Yeah….pretty much

  • +3 votes

    Never understand what's the use of IDM. Until a large Google drive file download, at 80% Google give U server quota exceed error. No other download manager can connect next allocated download quote from Google to exciting download progress.
    Without IDM, start all over, and no promises at what percentage you will be stopped.

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      You sold me!
      As I stated above, that is a great feature and Im willing to pay for it.
      Thanks!

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    Great for downloading from RapidGator

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    I use to use IDM quite a bit, and thought I should support the developers so paid to register it, I only got to use it for a month, I had to reinstall windows on my laptop, and the key wouldn't work again, I emailed support and they said I was trying to use it on multiple machines, accused me of breaking their terms and refused to help… was a very disappointing experience, I haven't used it since.

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      where you got the key from? the official website or 3rd party?

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      twice the price

  • -1 vote

    I am using modified version free of cost and its awesome.