Xtreme Download Manager
Xtreme Download Manager is a powerful tool to increase download speed up-to 500%, save streaming videos from YouTube, Metacafe, DailyMotion, Google Video or any other website, resume broken/dead downloads and schedule downloads.
XDM uses sophisticated dynamic segmentation algorithm, data compression and connection reuse to speed up the download process. Xtreme Download Manager supports HTTP, HTTPS and FTP protocols, firewalls, proxy servers, automatic proxy scripts, file redirects, cookies, authorization etc.

Features;
  • Download files at maximum possible speed. ( 5-6 times faster )
  • Works with all version of all browsers. XDM can integrate with any browser (Microsoft Edge, Firefox,Chrome,Internet Explorer,Opera,Safari or any other program trying to download a file from Internet)
  • XDM can save videos from YouTube, Daily Motion, Metacafe or other popular video sharing sites.
  • Works with Windows ISA, supports Auto proxy, NTLM, Kerberos authentication.
  • Supports HTTP,HTTPS,FTP protocols with Authentication,Proxy Servers, Cookies, Redirection etc.
  • Resumes broken/dead downloads caused by connection problem,power failure or session expiration
  • Batch download,clipboard monitoring, automatic antivirus checking,scheduler, system shutdown on download completion

System requirements
  • Minimum JRE: 1.6.0 Build 22 GA


Xtreme Download Manager on an eComStation machine with Open JDK


Installing Xtreme Download Manager
Download xdman.zip (527Kb). Create a folder (directory) "xdman". Copy the contents of the file "xdman.zip" to the subdirectory. The program is confused with the setup in this page. It wants to write to the home directory. The first error is that it can't find the ".xdm" directory. After first start you have to setup the program with the right paths. Save the setup. Shut down XDM. Go to the [drive: xdman]\xdman\.xdm directory and delete the files ".xdm"; ".xdmauth"; ".xdmconf". Don't delete the "temp" directory. Again go to the setup and fill in the right paths. It sound strange, but the error didn't show up. Check if the files ".xdm" and ".xdmconf" are rewritten. If you're not confident, change something and save, check again with the time/date stamp. The "." before the names is NOT a typo!

The xdm.cmd file
With this file the program Xtreme Download Manager starts. I have made a xdm.cmd file with the following contents;
@echo off
SET CLASSPATH=
set path=[drive: java]\JAVA160ga5\bin
set BEGINLIBPATH=[drive: java]\JAVA160ga5\bin
[drive: xdman]
cd [drive: xdman]\xdman
java -Duser.home=[drive: xdman]\xdman -jar xdm.jar 2>xdman-bugs.txt
I use 2 separate folders (directories), one for Java and one for Xtreme Download Manager with the files created by this program. The references used in the cmd file;

  • [drive: java] = drive with Java
  • [drive: xdman] = drive with Xtreme Download Manager

should be replaced with real drive letters. Edit and save the file "xdm.cmd" from the distribution. This file is copied to the "xdman" folder (directory). Furthermore, different paths?, adjust according to your needs. Create a new program object. Specify the path and file name: "[drive: xdman]\xdman\xdm.cmd". In the tabpage Session check the boxes "OS/2 window", "Running as an icon" and "Close Window to end program". In the tabpage General you can enter the name "Xtreme Download Manager". You find enclosed in the file a suitable OS/2 icon.

Parameters / options explained
  • The specification "-Duser.home=[drive: xdman]\xdman" ensures that Xtreme Download Manager will save all necessary files in own directory instead of saving them in the home directory.
  • The addition "2>xdman-bugs.txt" ensures that errors are saved in the file "xdman-bugs.txt". The 2 in "2>" is not a typo!

Download
In the file you can find the above command file (all driveletters are set to C:) and an OS/2 Xtreme Download Manager icon: ecs-xdman.zip.

revision August 9, 2016