Xtreme Download Manager has a very descriptive name: this tool can help you not only take control over your download jobs but also accelerate them. Its interface looks just like those of many other downloaders. In this respect, it has various tabs that arrange contents in such categories as documents, compressed, music, videos, and applications.
There are various ways to start a download with this tool. First, you can simply add a new job by directly supplying the file’s URL. Second, a browser add-on can detect downloadable contents. Third, there is a floating drop box, onto which you can drop the desired links. Fourth, the application can be set to monitor the clipboard as well. Finally, for video URLs, there is YouTube downloader, which lets you pick one of the available resolutions and formats. It is a pity that, although the program supports batch downloading, it does not allow importing a list of links.
Most of the features described so far can be found in many other similar tools, so let us now focus on what makes this application different. For instance, it can split a download into various parts and even force those segments to assemble into a single file, even if they are not complete. Moreover, it has a converter to automatically transcode any media file into another format.
In general, I would say that Xtreme Download Manager is a good and costless solution. Unfortunately, it is not exempt from drawbacks, for instance, it does not support downloading torrents or streaming media.