Thought we could discuss download managers. Specifically graphical ones which supported segmented downloads (allowing for faster downloads). Personally I favor MultiGet, but it isn't available in the Ubuntu 16.04 repos and compiling from source on Lubuntu 16.04 was a bust. I really don't need a download manager under Linux as I do nearly all my downloading under Windows using Orbit Downloader (love that program), but it's still nice to have a download-manager handy sometimes, so I'm keeping my eyes open for MultiGet alternatives. Eager to see which download managers others are using. I know several people here like DownloadThemAll. Personally I prefer my download manager to be browser independant as I don't always necessarily have a web browser installed. I know UGet is getting quite popular these days, but I've used it in the past, and it doesn't meet my needs, though I get why people like it so much. I looked into FatRat ealier today. I've never tried that one, but I may have to as it sounds great. FlareGet Free is supposed to be good, but I'd like to avoid it since it's a free version of a paid product. I've tried Xtreme Download Manager, it doesn't meet my needs. I really like that it is available as pre-compiled download for distros in general. I'm in the process of downloading wxDownload Fast, but given it's dependence on wxWidgets I suspect I won't get far with it.
So which graphical download manager are you using, and why?