New FDM 5.1.33 & 3.9.7 Released

Dear FDM Users!

We have released a new version of FDM 5.1.33 for Windows 7 and higher and updated FDM 3.9 for XP users. The key improvement is the Firefox 57+ support. Now, both versions of FDM work with the latest Firefox.

Also, we have fixed the seeding function, issues with Wi-Fi network lags and crashes caused by torrent downloads and added traditional Chinese localization.

Thank you for choosing FDM! Feel free to upgrade to the new versions!

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15 thoughts on “New FDM 5.1.33 & 3.9.7 Released”

Great job you guys, now maybe you can give the Linux version some attention please? It’s ranked #1 on the feature vote.

I install the latest version 5.133 and I double click on the icon and although i see in tasks that is running , no software window opens.

Dear User!

Please contact our support team:
http://www.freedownloadmanager.org/support.htm

Crashes on a case-sensitive file system (hfs+), custom support ticket issued.

Great tool, if I may suggest a feature, integrate support for one-click download host sites, there is an awesome Open-Source CLI project doing this.

https://github.com/mcrapet/plowshare

I installed 3.9.7 build 1638 and it monitors all links even files I specified not to monitor (less than 15MB) and not to monitor Firefox, but it monitors all of them.
I need old builds (such 1632). Where can I download them?

Hello!

Please provide sample URLs where you encountered the issue.

Dear FDM Developers!

Please add “Generate new download link in FDM” because due to some issue, users could not download some files completely, but when they retry after some time, then the link gets expired. Please add the feature so that users can “generate new link” and resume the download without restarting the download.

Thank you!

Good news: FDM in Chinese Traditional is now available!

Is source code available?

FDM 5.1.38 is useless – it does not even start in win 10 machine

what is the user name or password?

Is it really Open-Source? If so, can anyone point me to source code, I could not find any?

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