uGet 2.0.4 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 2.0.4 comes with some bug fixes. Main features: Downloads Queue Resume Downloads Advanced Download Categories Clipboard Monitor Batch Downloads Multi-Protocol Multi-Connection FTP Login & Anonymous FTP Scheduler Quiet Mode Robust Keyboard Shortcuts Computer Shutdown After Completion No changelog had been provided yet Install uGet 2.
Vuze 5.7 Bittorrent Client recently released, is an end-to-end bittorrent downloader, maintaining a lightweight footprint, doesn’t slow your computer down, and quickly downloads torrents. Vuze Bittorrent Client 5.4 officially released this week comes with some updates, including added new features and enhanced user desktop client experience. Vuze 5.7 changelog New Features: UI : Added peer menus to peers in the swarm view UI : Tags now visibly grouped by their group in Tagging view UI : Torrent List for Tags Overview now has “Any/All” checkbox when multiple tags are selected UI : General view now shows file boundaries and skipped file zones UI : Network bindings can now be cleared via status icon context menu UI : Raw hashes entered as search expressions now support arguments UI : Added last-error column for subscriptions UI : Added alternative network hints to seeds/peers column UI : Network Information added to the top-view (F8 to show) UI : Files view now supports multiple download managers UI : Show files menu option added to Tags UI : Detect existing archived downloads when adding a new one UI : Added button to create RSS feeds from chats UI : Added description column for downloads to allow viewing and modification UI : Added context menus to set a download’s thumbnail and torrent source UI : Option to set a tag’s group when creating it UI : Tags Overview can now edit some settings when multiple tags selected Core : Added option to reset long term stats and tag session totals Core : Session up/down, Total up/down values per tag now recorded Core : Support tag-based and peer-set based network limits Core : Speed limit handler now supports tag based upload prioritization Core : Added sliding window support to network limits Core : Added an auto-restart feature Core : Option to add a unique prefix to files to avoid name clashes Core : Added ‘seedingfor’, ‘downloadingfor’ to Tag contraints Core : Tags now support ‘start/force-start/stop’ actions on assign Core : Option to abort actions such as ‘closedown computer when seeding complete’ Core : Decentralized websites now support linking via torrent, magnet or other sites Core : Decentralized websites auto-tagged as such Core : Option to move torrent files to separate golder on completion/removal Core : Added option to Timed Rotation Queue rule for longer min seeding time when torrent is connected to a peer Plug : Web plugins can now bind to interfaces as well as IP addresses Plug : Magnet plugin now has default network options Plug : RSS to Chat plugin now supports website presentation Changes:
Uget 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. As for the celebration, this year marks the 11th Year of uGet, has its been available to the Linux community for over 11 years now. Features provided: Resume downloads. Queue downloads. Classify downloads in categories. Mozilla Firefox integration (through Flashgot plugin).