You may be well aware about the Internet download manager! One of the most widely used download manager program for windows and mac operating systems. IDM is so simple to operate,easy to use and much powerful than it’s competitors.
Unfortunately IDM is not available for Linux distributions so we have to look for the internet download manager alternative on Linux.So today we just introduce you XDM or Xtreme download manage,XDM is the best working alternative for IDM in all possible way.
Xtreme download manager is powerful and simple to operate download manager and it is available for Windows,Mac OS X and Linux.
Xtreme Download Manager : Best Features
XDM got supported by many browsers in the market such as chrome,Mozilla Firefox,AOL,MSN etc.
Xtreme Download Manager can be integrated into any Internet application to take over downloads using unique “Advanced Browser Integration” feature.
XDM comes with download resume option.It will help you resume or restart unfinished or broken/interrupted download where you left off.
Xtreme Download Manager can accelerate downloads by up to 5 times due to its intelligent dynamic file segmentation technology.
XDM got inbuit video grabber same as Internet download manager.After installing XDM, “Download This Video” button pops up whenever you are watching a video anywhere in the Internet. Just click on the button to start downloading the videos.
Other features of XDM include the Support for proxy server, authentication including Windows ISA and different types of firewalls. XDM supports auto proxy configuration, NTLM, Basic, Digest, Kerberos, Negotiate algorithms for authentication, batch download.
How To Install XDM on Linux
You can quickly install the XDM on your Ubuntu,Elementary,Linux mint and any other Linux distributions by downloading the installation file from Sourceforge. But make sure you have the Java Run time environment version 6 plus installed on your system to get it work.
Download XDM from here.