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Posted on 2014-04-11
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Hi,

Does anyone know of any download managers for S3, where I can login, browse the bucket, add some files to the que, then process the cue and download all at once?

Looking for a Windows app, and does not have to be free.
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I'm not sure what you're exactly looking for in a download manager, but I quite like this product for S3 on Windows ... http://www.cloudberrylab.com/free-amazon-s3-explorer-cloudfront-IAM.aspx

They have a free and paid version.
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Another popular one is S3 Browser,

http://s3browser.com/how-to-upload-and-download-files.php

Both this one and the Cloudberry program allow you to keep adding operations which are all que'd up and processed.

The pro/paid  versions do multithreaded operations which generally get things completed a bit faster.  This can even be helpful for single file transfers,  the programs can break up the large file into chunks and process each chunk in parallel.

Another which can also schedule queued operations is CrossFTP,

http://www.crossftp.com/

Cloudberry might be the most polished looking but all 3 are pretty good programs.

I would suggest you actually try them out to see which feels the best.
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