Some download managers may be more complex than some users would like. "Batch URL Downloader" is one of the simplest applications of its kind, so it can prove to be a good alternative to overly-complex download managers. It enables you to save multiple files as part of the same job. Essentially, all you have to do is paste a list of URLs in the text field and then click the "Download All" button. The files will be saved in quick succession, and the job progress is displayed in the status bar.
If you need to download a large number of links and wish to avoid saving them individually, this application can certainly prove helpful. It can speed up the process of downloading a large number of files from a URL list.
The application includes "URL Grabber" and "Scheduler", supports single-threaded (one by one in order) and multi-threaded downloading. SSL/TLS and GZIP enabled web servers are also supported.
Category: Network & Internet Download Managers
Supports: Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP (32-bit and 64-bit)
License: Free to try
|Download multiple links|
|Commercial use allowed|
|No nag screen, no ads|
|Ability to disable update notifications|
|Lifetime free updates|
To receive license key and use all features of the software, use secure order at our financial partner, MyCommerce. To initiate the transaction, click the "Purchase" button above. Your license key will be immediately delivered after the registration. By using this license key, you can activate the product on the computer you want to use. The entire process needs only a few minutes.
A purchased license will be valid forever and includes future updates, all new functions will be available for existing registered users.
Finally, your registration enables us to improve our software and continue developing quality products in the future. If you like this software or want to see new features, please consider registration. Thank you!
I had to download 85,000 files from 85,000 different links. Your software were the best when it came to speed and stability. I had tried “Free Download Manager” before and it barely could handle the long list of URL without slowing down like a crawl.