Sure, your browser can download. But does it let you easily accelerate downloads, limit bandwidth, download on a schedule, or execute rules to sort incoming downloaded files? Doubt it. And clearly, you're not going to be able to quit that RAM-consuming monster of a browser until all your downloads are done.
This is why you need Leech, the lightweight-yet-powerful download manager.
Leech 3's support for accelerated downloads (on servers that support this feature) means you can download many streams of data at once, possibly speeding up your downloads. Of course, we're good, but we're not magic—you can't download at higher than your connection's maximum speed!
Don't want to max out your connection with Leech downloads? No problem; built-in bandwidth throttling means you're in control.
Have one of those annoying net connections that has free bandwidth overnight, but limits during the day? Find a new provider. But if that's not an option, let Leech download all your stuff overnight—automatically. No more hanging around the computer to start a bunch of downloads before turning in for the night.
Leech isn't just any download manager, it's a download manager from Many Tricks. So here's just a sampling of some of Leech's other tricks…
That's more than enough words about Leech…if you're a download fanatic, why not download the trial version and give it a test drive?