VisualWget 2.6 for Windows

by VisualWget

Avg. Rating 4.5 (43 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.0 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,056
Publisher VisualWget
Homepage VisualWget

Publisher's Description

VisualWget is a download manager that uses Wget as its core. It give you an interface to manage your downloads. By maintaining your downloads as a list of jobs, you can easily see the progress of them as they are running; start or stop them; or set their priority. Each download (job) can be configured separately. When you create a new job or edit an existing one, you can insert a list of URLs and select from various Wget's options.

Latest Reviews

masso4321

masso4321 reviewed v2.0.7 on Mar 5, 2008

I apreciate the efforts of the author but there is a great paradox in this work.People use wget because is a light download manager.This gui is a memory hog for the .NET integration.Better option for people is another wget gui called Wackget

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v2.0.5 on Jan 17, 2008

Was an orbit user, but it consistently had download issues. Took me half an hour to get 58% of 36.5mb on the fastest connection in town and vwget did it without hesitation in less than 3 minutes. I torrent if you are wondering.
No install and my firewall knows it by heart. Thanks

jogygeorge

jogygeorge reviewed v2.0 Beta 4 Rev 3 on Oct 20, 2007

Is there some way that the user can enter their proxy and port? I've searched every place possible but could come up with nothing!

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v2.0 Beta 4 Rev 3 on Oct 19, 2007

I like this much better than orbit which gave me issues of security upon first installing. This does not need to be a FF 'extension' because flashgot handles it.
NOW it "fails to initializes properly...", maybe it's that new dotnet3.5 bs-?
next

coolticker

coolticker reviewed v2.0 Beta 4 Rev 2 on Oct 18, 2007

Could be nice if not written using .NET, 30MB total RAM+Virtual is too much for such "simple" tool, .NET is definitly not memory optimized.

bobad

bobad reviewed v2.0 Beta 4 Rev 2 on Oct 17, 2007

Wow, nice. Only a 190K download, and almost usable. Only lacking 1 or 2 features that I "must have" for my default DL manager. FDM and Orbit are 10x larger, and should be ashamed.

hondaman

hondaman reviewed v2.0 Beta 4 on Oct 9, 2007

Looks cool, but the first thing i thought of, was "This needs to be an extension in FF!"

Avg. Rating 4.5 (43 votes)
Your Rating
masso4321

masso4321 reviewed v2.0.7 on Mar 5, 2008

I apreciate the efforts of the author but there is a great paradox in this work.People use wget because is a light download manager.This gui is a memory hog for the .NET integration.Better option for people is another wget gui called Wackget

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v2.0.5 on Jan 17, 2008

Was an orbit user, but it consistently had download issues. Took me half an hour to get 58% of 36.5mb on the fastest connection in town and vwget did it without hesitation in less than 3 minutes. I torrent if you are wondering.
No install and my firewall knows it by heart. Thanks

jogygeorge

jogygeorge reviewed v2.0 Beta 4 Rev 3 on Oct 20, 2007

Is there some way that the user can enter their proxy and port? I've searched every place possible but could come up with nothing!

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v2.0 Beta 4 Rev 3 on Oct 19, 2007

I like this much better than orbit which gave me issues of security upon first installing. This does not need to be a FF 'extension' because flashgot handles it.
NOW it "fails to initializes properly...", maybe it's that new dotnet3.5 bs-?
next

coolticker

coolticker reviewed v2.0 Beta 4 Rev 2 on Oct 18, 2007

Could be nice if not written using .NET, 30MB total RAM+Virtual is too much for such "simple" tool, .NET is definitly not memory optimized.

bobad

bobad reviewed v2.0 Beta 4 Rev 2 on Oct 17, 2007

Wow, nice. Only a 190K download, and almost usable. Only lacking 1 or 2 features that I "must have" for my default DL manager. FDM and Orbit are 10x larger, and should be ashamed.

hondaman

hondaman reviewed v2.0 Beta 4 on Oct 9, 2007

Looks cool, but the first thing i thought of, was "This needs to be an extension in FF!"

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