I have tried many different downloading programs. Orbit Downloader is no doubt the most superior. As you browse downloadable links are displayed, and you can choose which ones to download at your pleasure. You can set how many downloads occur simultaneously. You can pause and restart downloads. It even saves the links to the media for reference. The best part of all -- it is FREE!
Google has added a new feature that integrates PDF files "seamlessly" into Internet browsing. Some people complain, but I like it. Especially the fact that it's faster than any plugin I've used, and especially since it's faster than Adobe Acrobat Reader. There is ONE problem, though, and that's how to save the darn PDF files. Sometimes you can just Right-Click and Save As, but sometimes you can't. Here's the simple solution when you're stuck without the Save As feature:
Right-Click and then "Open frame in new tab". Now you can Right-Click and Save As as usual!
Now does that help or not?
I have been trying Straus Organic Yogurt these days, and I would like to give a shout out for them. The texture is amazing, especially when compared to the generic brands out there. I usually get the plain one, which has no artificial ingredients whatsoever. It tastes sour, which is what real plain yogurt tastes like. I then add to it sliced bananas, granola, nuts and/or other blended fruits. To top it off with some natural sweetness, I sometimes add agave nectar to it. I tried honey, but that was too thick and ruined the yogurt's texture. It's just so much more fresh, so much more enjoyable and much less worrisome when we add the extra ingredients ourselves. =D