Wow what a concept. I haven’t used a download manager since the days of 56k modems and ofcourse early dsl implimentation. But these days download managers are becoming more and more important. They are useful for situations where
1. You want to be able to pause and resume your download. This is something that is not always possible with your Operating System default download manager.
2. You want to vary the speed of downloads. This way your download manager does not criple your internet access.
3. You want to cue a whole bunch of downloads for resumption of the download process at a more convenient time.
One would think in the days of windows 8, ubuntu and mac os x and ofcourse android that these would not be needed but as the saying goes, ” the more things change… the more they remain the same…”
I was using a download manager today to cue the downloading of some operating guides. yes, I have the bandwidth and it wouldn’t be a problem to download them but I just needed the convenience.