XDM, or Xtreme Download Manager, is an open source download manager that looks almost identical to IDM (Internet Download Manager) and has long been among the most popular options of its kind, and it has a whole series of more features How interesting and to this adds the fact of being multi platform (it has versions for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X).
Few hours ago the new version of XDM arrived, with a good arsenal of various improvements for all tastes, since there are both functionality and design. In principle, thanks to a new advanced YouTube download manager, which basically 'fools' the google online video site by presenting tablet credentials and thereby allowing us to download the videos with just one click.
In addition, integration with browsers is improved Since unlike what we saw previously, we now have a configuration section that allows us to guarantee that we can manage all our downloads with XDM, whatever the browser we use. The download queue is also improved, to which we can now add elements quickly by clicking on the button. 'Add to qeue'.
Last but not least, we have the XDM design improvement, which adopts a very Windows 10 / Android 5.0 look, with a smoother style and larger buttons and text, something much more comfortable to use (especially on 19-inch or larger screens, which are gradually becoming the rule).
Now we can download the new version of XDM from your website; it is available for both 32 and 64 bits.
Website: xdm (XtremeDownloadManager)
2 comments, leave yours
I downloaded it but I do not know why a strange reason when executing it is not displayed well, everything is blank and when you pass the cursor is that you begin to see the buttons and those things: s
I have always liked it but I have noticed that it works better in fedora, I also have a laptop that I buy at a discount in the aurrera brochure 35% off and it's going great!