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Download manager to replace GetRight? [closed]

Download manager to replace GetRight? [closed]

I've been happily using GetRight for the last 10 years or so, and today I found out (the bad way) that it won't work in Windows 2008 64-bit.

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Guest [Entry]

Free Download Manager, integrates with all browsers in system, monitors your clipboard for urls to download, works good with FlashGet firefox addon
Guest [Entry]

"JDownloader is the best for me and meets all of your requirements plus :

JDownloader is open source, platform independent, and written
completely in Java. It simplifies downloading files from
One-Click-Hosters like Rapidshare.com or Megaupload.com - not only for
users with a premium account but also for users who don't pay. It
offers downloading in multiple parallel streams, captcha recognition,
automated file extraction, and much more. Of course, JDownloader is
absolutely free of charge. Additionally, many ""link encryption"" sites
are supported - so you just paste the ""encrypted"" links and JD does
the rest. JDownloader can import CCF, RSDF and the new DLC files."
Guest [Entry]

I have used HiDownload and pretty satisfied with it. Lots of advanced features and gets the job done.