Install Xtreme Download Manager 3.0.1 in Ubuntu 13.10

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Add Xtreme Download Manager 3.0.1 to your Ubuntu 13.10 system

Xtreme Download Manager is a Java based download application that lets you pause and resume downloads. Here's how you can install version 3.0.1 in Ubuntu 13.10.

1. Open a terminal window.

2. Type in the following commands, then hit Enter after each:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/apps

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install xdman

Here's a list of features provided by Xtreme Download Manager:

Download files at maximum possible speed. ( 5-6 times faster )

Sophisticated dynamic file segmentation algorithm,data compression & connection reuse.

Download FLV videos from YouTube, MySpaceTV, Google Video or Any Other site Capture download from any browser (Firefox,Chrome,Internet Explorer,Opera,Safari or any other program trying to download a file from Internet)

Supports HTTP,HTTPS,FTP protocols with Authentication,Proxy Servers, Cookies, Redirection etc.

Resumes broken/dead downloads caused by connection problem,power failure or session expiration Highly portable. Runs on any O.S with Java SE 6.

No need for installation.

Can be configured to perform Automatic Antivirus checking, System shutdown on download completion

Additional Resources for Xtreme Download Manager

Xtreme Download Manager at SourceForge

Xtreme Download Manager Features

Xtreme Download Manager Screenshots

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