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wow, we are looking for something method to hand over URL to IE-download when user don't want to use orbit. It is a good idea. we'll do more research about it.


I'm the team leader of Orbit Downloader's develop tem, my name is Daniel Fang, come from P.R. China,
We are focous to develop an freeware download tools which have most fuction compare to commercial
product, and keep the software clean ,small and faster.

Nice to meet all the good guy here, like Mouser/Anderson, thank you for help us to know the basic
rules of promote software over the internet. We are continue to learning from this great commnuity.
and try the famouse google's slogan " Don't be evil"

I am 32 years old male, working at Linux/security for over 10 years, If your guys need some advice
on your linux webserver performace or security related questions, just drop me an note, you can
find me at this website's IRC.

Orbit Team
Daniel Fang

Hi all:

I'm the developer of Orbit downloader, Our official support email address is
< orbitdownloader  at >. Welcome for your suggestion.

1. orbitnet.exe is an optional program which uses the DHT p2p network to locate additional
  copies of the program you are downloading, much like torrent does,so that it can download
  pieces of the file from different servers and combine them, in order to speed up download.
  You can't disable it in current version, But in next version,you can disable it during
  installation & options menu.

2. We never install any toolbar/adware/spyware to system, We are contacting with the anti-virus vendor
to solve the mis-alarm problem.

3. Orbit Downloader have no relationship with adware "Orbit Explorer", Orbit name come from NASA's website,
 we think it is cool, and we do some google search to find it contain any adware/spyware before, but unfortunately, we doesn't find it.

4. Orbit Downloader was building from scratch, It have no relationship with FDM.

Thank for every advice. We want to do better, and don't be evil :(

Orbit Team

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