IDM works well with Firefox Quantum, I used the beta like a month before Quantum Stable was released and it always worked.
On the other hand ...because I like the UI and it's much easier to use for me
the last time I tried FDM, several times actually, FDM was always blocked my by malware filter and my AV, and the UI is a bit confusing. Not really better than eagleget. Perhaps they have the same speed
Eagleget also uses less RAM if I recall correctly
maybe FDM can suit you better but for me eagleget is more comfortable
I think all of them can work well with firefox quantum, not so sure
i have heard a lot about JD but faced download detection problem.. is there any way to improve it ?Most video downloads, or embedded videos can be detected from within the browser itself by inspection tools. I never used any download manager apart from JDownloader for automation reasons, it can download videos from every non-redirect website, crawl for links hidden behind the shortened urls full of ads, resolve or simplify captchas and download multiple / dissected downloads that, in case of not having JD, you'll need to click and download 1by1.
You can download an offline (adware free) installeri have heard a lot about JD but faced download detection problem.. is there any way to improve it ?
i am using eagleget now
It's a browser monitoring program to capture the links of files or videos to be downloaded. The alerts are false-positives.On the other hand ...
Even though VirusTotal report '0 issues'...
Maybe I should try IDM.
Does it spy on you?
The "Internet Download Manager" product on this Website WILL NOT COLLECT any information about you and HAS NO SPYWARE components inside of it.
but how do I know that for sure?