XDM has been the choice of many Linux users, most Linux users turned from Windows. XDM is the download manager that used to look like IDM (Internet Download Manager). But unlike IDM, XDM is a free and open source. XDM is written and maintained by Subhra Das Gupta, Software developer at TechMahindra, India. There are so many in Download managers for Linux but as always XDM is better than others. Let’s see what’s new in the latest version and how the team has completely changed the look of the app.
XDM Older downloader window
XDM new version downloader window
XDM old browser integration
XDM new browser integration
XDM: Features At A Glance
- Resume Capability
- Force Assemble
- YouTube Video Downloader
- Advanced YouTube Downloader
- Browser Integration
- Batch Downloading
- Auto Detect URL from Clipboard
- Start/Stop Downloading in Queue
- Refresh link to resume broken download
- Speed limiter
NEW – Advanced YouTube Downloader
Start Downloading In Queue
How To Install/Upgrade To Xtreme Download Manager (XDM) In Ubuntu
To install Xtreme Download Manager (XDM), Add noobslab ppa and update local repository and install xdman. Do not forget to tell us what you like in this version.
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/apps$ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install xdman
Enjoy! You have successfully updated or installed XDM 2015 in your Linux box. Please give your feedback and tell us what you like in this new version.