LeechGet is a download manager that uses a very nice, modern, Microsoft Outlook-like user interface and seamlessly integrates into Internet Explorer, allowing you to easily start and manage your downloads. In addition, it provides many features, such a automatic downloading, resume of broken downloads, a download timer, automatic hang-up and shutdown and more. A built-in web parser lets you download complete website with all images and scripts in no time. LeechGet also provides a history of your downloaded files, sorted by day, week and month. Additional features include a file drop icon, a speed monitor and much more.
Reviewing 2.1 Build 1800 (Mar 23, 2012)
LeechGet is a fine download manager, extremely fast, with a clean and nice gui and a good set of features, but unfortunately it has been discontinued. The developer, Martin Albiez, was very kind to publish a license key for the latest release of LeechGet at its official website.
Reviewing 2.1 Build 1800 (May 14, 2010)
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Reviewing 2.1 Build 1800 (Mar 13, 2010)
It used to be a good program many years ago. I can no longer recommend its. Patrick Kolla has reviewed the freeware version of this program, many years ago, and justly found it to be excellent. Following his recommendations I installed it and used it. Later on, they crippled the freeware version making it no more than a demo version for the non-free pro version. I was already used to it, and thus purchased a license. I then upgraded (and paid again) for the recent version, but now, even the (non-free) pro version is poor with respect to many freeware alternatives. Poor support for the recent version of Firefox. Sometimes program forgets the registration, and not all the time the licensing server works, so you might find yourself using the crippled free version even though you paid for the pro. Both on my former computer and on my recent one, it seems that Leechget causes problems with FF. Now, I happily uninstalled Leechget even though I paid for a license. I now use a much better downloader which is freeware: DownThemAll. Leechget's support do not always answer.
Reviewing 2.1 Build 1800 (Dec 24, 2009)
Reviewing 2.1 Build 1800 (Feb 12, 2009)
The prior version of this program was LeechGet 2007, version 2.1 which was released over two years ago. I have been comparing that version to the current and so far the only difference I have found is the file size. Is this version really an update or just a just an attempt to remarket an aging stagnant product? Regardless, even in it's day it would have only received two stars due to it's disjointed GUI.
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