DownZemAll! is a download manager for Windows, MacOS and Linux
DownZemAll! is a rewrite of the legacy software DownThemAll! which was an extension for Mozilla Firefox, but whose development stopped around 2016, when Mozilla Firefox migrated to WebExtensions.
DownZemAll! is a standalone download manager for Windows, MacOS and Linux.
It aims to work with latest versions of Mozilla Firefox (powered by WebExtensions), and other web browsers (Chrome, Edge, Safari...).
DownZemAll! is written in C++ and based on the Qt5 framework.
More screenshots on the Gallery page.
Go to Download page to install the application for your operating system.
Rem: Native-Client is an alternative to DownRightNow. Click here for more information.
Go to Tutorial page.
DownZemAll! is a standalone application, embedding its own web engine. That is, it aims to be free and independent, and not rely on any third-party Web Browser technology.
The internal web engine is currently:
Google Gumbo Parser, for the MinGW and GNU versions.
Chromium, for the MSVC version.
When we give an URL address to DownZemAll!, DownZemAll! downloads the page, parses the HTML page and collects the links.
Due to rapid evolution of web technology, DownZemAll! is designed to implement new parsers or add existing ones if required.
Click here for build instructions.
Click here for translator guide.
The code is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).
Use it at your own risk. None of the authors, contributors, or anyone else connected with this DownZemAll software and the DownRightNow web-extension, in any way whatsoever, can be responsible for your use of the application.
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