1. Ninja Download Manager: superb free download manager for saving and media files
is a relative newcomer to the downloading party, The interface is simple and modern, and the download accelerator is capable of grabbing files 10 times faster. It does this by splitting each file into chunks, then downloading each one using a different server connection, making downloads not only faster, but also more reliable.There are lots of fantastic download managers around, but if you love music, films and TV then Ninja Download Manager is perfect.
2. Free Download Manager: An open source download manager that's packed with bonus media tools
aims to be all things to all people. It's a download accelerator, a BitTorrent client, an audio and video previewer and a traffic management tool, and because it's open source, it's completely free and receives regular updates from its community of developers.
3. Download Accelerator Plus:A stripped-down version of a premium manager that's superb in its own right
The free version of Download Accelerator Plus is a pared-back version of DAP Premium, but it's much more than just a demo and contains all the essential features you need for quick, reliable downloads.
4. JDownloader 2 :An advanced download manager that's optimized for power users
5. DownThemAll:A free Firefox add-on that grabs all the links and media from a page at once
6. Internet Download Manager:Ignore its ugly interface and you'll find a very capable download manager. Internet Download Manager promises to be the fastest download manager around, which hopefully makes up for the unappealing user interface.
The free version is a trial, but the paid-for version is hardly pricey at US$11.95 (about £10, AU$15) for a year of speedy, hassle-free downloading or US$24.95 (about £20, AU$30) for a lifetime license.