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"Makes life easier", "the best thing since sliced bread", "phenomenal", "two thumbs up"
The premise of this program is convenience, right?
DownThemAll!'s advantage is to be able to line up 2 or more file for unattended downloading. Just how well it did that made it my favorite add-on. There are welcome improvements in v2. Unfortunately there are some changes that I would have preferred hadn't have been made.
Not all files have a descriptive name. For instance, just what is dhvvin556.rar? When multiple files are finished downloading, we need a method of locating just what it was that we downloaded. To do that I do the following:
To find the folder name [and thus the location of the file just downloaded]
Alt+I or right click on a file to get Download Information, Save files In:
Old DownThemAll! - The file info appeared.
Version 2 - the little window appears with 2 tabs & the one containing the most useful information is second, requiring an additional mouse click every time. Not so bad but the program is all about lining up many files and that means many extra mouse clicks. Inconvenient.
In FireFox, getting many files on a page without getting them all was easy. Right click, keyboard 'n' with the other hand [keyboard shortcut], and the 'Add Downloads' window appeared. Many files could be set up in a short time. That was convenient. Now, though, that option has been removed. Upon right clicking, an additional mouse click is required. Again, not so bad but the program is all about lining up many files and that means many extra mouse clicks. Again, inconvenient.
At the bottom of my screen is a taskbar. DownThemAll! offers % completed, finished/total, & speed. They used to be visible just by looking. Now, though, the words Current Speed have been added causing the actual speed to be out of view. I now need to hover the mouse pointer over the info to see it all. Not so bad but the program is all about convenience and that means many extra mouse moves. Once again, inconvenient. Besides, if the user doesn't know that the information there shows current speed, they must be very new and they should RTFM.
The additional Inconvenience is great enough to desire a return to the previous version.
this is by far the best download utility add-on for firefox!!
Resta sempre il migliore Download Manager per Firefox.
Remains the best Download Manager for Firefox
I'm a long time user of DTA, and I must say that the recent update to 2.0 was a MASSIVE improvement, and very welcome.
I experience almost no hangs now when dealing with extremely large batches of files, and incredible performance. Definitely 5-stars.
super add on, kann ich nur empfehlen, super schnelle downloads.
Great. It does a few things and does them very well, just like an add-on should.
It would be even better if you could drag a file from the completed downloads window to an explorer window (rather than open up the destination folder & drag from there). Yes, I know you can choose the destination folder. But if the folder you want is already open, what I suggest would be quicker.
amazing add-on, been using it for over a year and even nightlies ready for Firefox 4.
simple, effective, elegant solution to when you want to "sniff" out your desired file-types and batch-download them all.
Definitely the best downloader I have encountered. The only feature I'd like to be added is saving downloaded files with the date of download instead of the original date.
O melhor de todos que ja vi.
Já baixei 205MB a 500kB/s.
I dont know why it is not mentioned but the latest RC from https://code.downthemall.net/releases/ works on firebox 4 beta 8 btw awesome addon
Doesnt Work for Firefox 4.0b8
please work for Firefox 4.0b8
sehr zu empfehlen!
the best download manger i ever seen
i dont know why people are complaining about it not working in win7 x64? i have been using it (not the beta's) for months without any problems
Finally the beta 5 of version 2.0 works with Windows 7 x64 and doesn't crash anymore!
I'm so happy I can use this extension once again!
Thanks a lot!
Don't trust it with large files!
I'm running XP Pro with 3GB Ram and plenty of HD space and high-speed internet. It should be easy to download a large-ish file like Ubuntu, right? Wrong. Twice this program has froze up while downloading. I have downloaded large files and small files before. So, what's the issue? 40 minutes of downloading a 600 mb file and it was all for nothing. Both times speed went down to zero for no apparent reason (internet was still blazing). I let it sit and tried to pause or resume the downloads, but, those options couldn't be highlighted. It seems that DTa just gave up! Find a more reliable download accelerator than this one. DTa is speedy and useful, but, only when you can get it to work properly. Bottom line: Using this program can lead to a lot of wasted time. If you have too much time on your hands and like the idea of rolling the dice with your downloads, this is the program for you!
Doesn't work in Windows 7.
I hope this is marked compatible soon with beta9pre, but until then:
Please create a boolean preference named extensions.checkCompatibility.4.0b and set it to false.
Or instaling version 2.0b5
Really good add-on. I use this as my download manager & also recommend to others. Who needs other (pirated) download managers when you have a free dta, within Firefox itself.
Can you add a protocol like
It will be easy for other download addons to use your addon as download manager. (e.g. video downloaders)
DownThemAll is wonderful indispensible tool I use all day long in a wide variety of ways. DownThemAll returns essential features the now-lost GetRight once gave to the dial-up era. The surprise today is how these features that have only grown DRAMATICALLY MORE essential and important in today's world of always-on high-speed internet, exactly the opposite of what people (myself included) thought as broadband replaced dial-up. Web servers now cripplingly limit the speed of a single thread; DownThemAll defeats the system by splitting a download up to ten simultaneous sections that it joins when finished. Downloads still die midway and Firefox often fails to notice; we are just as disappointed today when downloads fail to complete as when a broken download meant redialing the phone; DownThemAll satisfies our great desire to resume a disconnected download rather than start again from scratch. The choices of downloads on a page (or group of pages) grow larger daily and DownThemAll gives us the ability to select by RegEx/Grep, file extension by preset category, and more --- and a heavy-duty reliable download manager capable of serious management of massive downloads if necessary. I miss using DownThemAll with the lost Repagination Firefox Extension that knitted webpages split into short pagees (1 of 350, for example) into a single page - DownThemAll then let you pick links from Repagination's huge knitted giant superpage, saving hours of time. I love DownThemAll !!!
Does everyone use this for the same thing that I do? Looks like it has a bunch of features I've never used. I just use these features:-download all images and/or videos that current page links to-bulk file-renaming Anyway, I'm very happy with this extension.
Perfect Addon, I'm just missing a resume function for the downloads... Please add, that would be great!
Please add the genuine function of resume downloading. Many users are mislead to believe downthemall has it. However the truth is, if you stop one download and next time you add the same download link and choose the same download target, downthemall does NOT recognize the unfinished part and ask you to overrite the old file or canel the current task. This is absolutely NOT a resumed download thing.
I have been using down them all since many years. It is wonderful download manager in terms of Privacy, useful features, convenient and since version 2 I am using this to download You tube and other flash videos from different websites. Thanks a lot for adding this feature. Now I think I don't need Video download helper. Why keep an extra add on when down them all does all, even detecting videos from different sites. Please make this feature better and support many sites.