View, run and manage all the downloaded files you grabbed using Firefox or Google Chrome all from one place using this application

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In the eventuality that you download dozens or hundreds of files on a daily basis, then there is a good chance that you may lose track of them sometimes. If you grab the data using your browser, then you can check out your latest downloads using the Ctrl+J key combination. Then again, if you are using more than one browser, you may find it slightly difficult to audit your downloads.

BrowserDownloadsViewΒ is a tiny tool that provides a download list of the files you grabbed from various sources using both Firefox and Chrome.

Includes numerous details about the files you download

The program comes with a user-friendly interface that is designed as a list and that displays valuable information about the files you grabbed from the Internet. Within the list, you can find information about the download link and web page, start and end time, download size and download duration.

Then again, the utility comes with some additional data that you do not typically find in the download dialog box, such as calculated speed, download state, profile path, path filename, ID and hash (MD5, SHA1, SHA256, and SHA512).

A handy utility for better management of downloaded files

Similarly to the download box for the browsers, you can perform various actions, such as open the URL, web page, run the file or open the folder where it is stored. You will be happy to learn that the tool comes with a few advanced options that can lend a hand with managing bulk downloads. Among these options, you can count loading downloads from the current running system for all users or a specified one, from profile folders and from remote computers.

All in all, BrowserDownloadsView is a tool that comes with several enhanced features compared to the standard download dialog box. Therefore, it could prove useful for anyone working with a large number of files on a daily basis.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used BrowserDownloadsView and it worked pretty smoothly πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚