A download manager is a computer program that helps download files from the Internet for storage. Some download managers can also be used to accelerate download speeds by downloading from multiple sources at once. Even though most web browsers have download managers incorporated as a feature there are times when you will need to use a downloading software. Here are the Top 5 best free download managers 2017
1.Free Download Manager
FDM works with Windows and Mac and can monitor and intercept downloads from web browsers, but can also work independently of them. It is completely free and receives regular updates from its community of developers
The manager enables you accelerate your download, download torrents, convert audio & video files, resume broken downloads and quickly control the download bandwidth.
JDownloader is a free download manager that supports Windows, Linux, and Mac operating systems. The link grabber adds any download link from the clipboard directly into the program so you can start a download immediately after copying the link. With JDownloader you can start, stop, and monitor your downloads remotely by using the mobile application.
3.Internet Download Accelerator
IDA works by integrating a toolbar with Firefox, Opera and chrome to make downloading files really easy. IDA has a live monitor for other browsers so files can be downloaded with IDA and placed in proper file categories for easy organization.
4.Internet Download Manager
Internet download manager gives you the tools to download many types of files from the Internet and organize them as you see fit. IDM integrates itself automatically into supported web browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Opera.
5.EagleGet – Top 5 best free download managers 2017
EagleGet is a free download manager that can be used in Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, and Opera to grab downloads by automatically importing them directly into the software. With EagleGet you can schedule downloads, add URLs in batch, scan for viruses, and set it up to shut down the computer when downloads are finished.