uGet 2.0 recently released, is one of the best download managers for Linux. It’s a simple, lightweight and easy-to-use download manager, allowing you to classify download, and import download from HTML files. uGet 2.0 comes with a number of improvements, fix, features and more.
uGet Key Features
- Downloads Queue: place your downloads into a Queue to download as many, or as few, downloads as you want simultaneously. As a download finishes the queue will automatically start downloading the remaining files.
- Resume Downloads: if your connection drops out you don’t have to worry, you can start right back where you were with download resuming. (not guaranteed, server controlled and can not be bypassed by a download manager)
- Batch Downloads: allows the user to add an unlimited amount of files at one time to the queue for downloading…scroll down for Batch specific features.
- FTP Login & Anonymous FTP: supports downloading from anonymous FTP as well as login support via Username & Password for private/protected FTP servers.
- Scheduler: scheduling of when uGet is allowed or not allowed to download files.
- Quiet Mode: allows downloads to be added to a specific category automatically and begin downloading automatically, skipping the dialog properties popup.
- Computer Shutdown After Completion: optional feature to turn off your computer after all files have finished downloading, perfect for large download sessions that will take overnight while you sleep.
uGet 2.0 changelog
- Try to ignore some error when parsing JSON file.
- clipboard monitor add a new file type ‘WEBM’.
- Adjust main window default size.
- Add and update translation files
Install uGet 2.0 on Ubuntu OS
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:plushuang-tw/uget-stablecomments powered by Disqus
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install uget aria2