GetRight is a download manager that simply improves and optimizes the files you download from the Internet.
With GetRight, you never need to worry about your web connection failing in the middle of a large download. This is great for any Internet connection, and is especially important if you use a wireless or dial-up connection. When using GetRight, you will be able to resume your download right where it left off.
People with Cable, DSL, or other fast Internet connections can benefit greatly from GetRight's Download Acceleration, Automatic Downloading, and Server Synchronization.
- Fast - Accelerate downloads by getting files from several servers at once.
- Safe - Recover downloads that are interrupted for any reason - lost connections, crashes, etc.
- Secure - No more lost files, easily see what is in progress and find your finished downloads.
- Easy-to-use - Works within your web browser to make downloading a snap, but with easy access to advanced features for power users.
- Powerful - Advanced downloading technology for both the novice and the expert!
- Supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, FTPS, and BitTorrent.
- Flexible - Supports FireFox, Internet Explorer, & Opera browsers.
- Runs on Windows Vista, XP, 2000, NT, ME, 98 & 95.
- Private - No Spyware!
# Alpha channels for many graphics...8 bits prettier!
# Added "Find Files" button to link to categories of software on FileMirrors
# Fixed issues with Vista/XP/2003 and DEP (Data Execution Protections.)
# Improvements that will help the IE integration with Vista.
# Added a message if privileges (from a Vista limited account) are preventing GetRight from deleting the Startup shortcut.
# Added a button on the Save As "Options" button window--to change the default folders--just is a shortcut to the right config page. (Had a couple people email they couldn't find where to change it...hopefully that's the sort of place they were looking.)
# Fixed how the port got cropped to por on the FTP Proxy tab.
# Fixed the .getright file type icon (fix is in the installers, so can't see in these test builds.)
# Fixed some images on the download window buttons when using the "classic" XP look or older versions of Windows.
# Fixed several BitTorrent things.
# Fixed download status menu/toolbar items not being grayed out correctly when opening.
# Fixed uninstalling old Opera plugins.
# Increased daily download registered user limit to 500
# Improved some podcast processing speeds and problems, especially for very large ones.
# Fixed HTTP proxy for FTP downloads.
# Fixed restoring window locations, X and Width was mixed up in one spot.
# Added so internal DNS cache is cleared every hour (to help with dynamic sites.)
# Fixed podcast downloader to handle some podcasts better (if new items are added at the bottom vs added at the top.)
# Changed the "shutdown when done" so the options (shutdown/hibernate/etc) are in the menus and toolbar button instead of on the Advanced tab.
# Adjusted the Schedule Start and Stop options to match the new Shutdown (so choices there too.)
# Fixed alignment on Import window.
# Added so Pro's Web Access can accept a list of URLs to add multiple downloads at once.
# Fixed some "classic" graphic items (didn't have them for Podcasts or Scripts).
# Fixed some XML processing for large XML files (Podcasts, Metalink, etc.)