WGET - Command Line Download Manager

WGET for Windows (win32) - current version: 1.11.4

wget is a command line program. You start it from the command prompt, either command.com in Windows 9x/Me or cmd.exe in Windows 2000/XP. The command prompt can be found in the Start Menu (Accessories).

wget.exe must be placed in your path (e.g. c:\windows)

Basic options

Display all help: wget --help

Completely mirror a site: wget -mr http://...
-m: mirror
-r: recursive
Mirror without following links to other servers, parent directories: wget -mrnp http://...
-np: no-parent

Retrieve a html file and convert relative links to absolute ones: wget -k http://users.ugent.be/~bpuype/wget
-k: 'k'onvert links

Resume partially downloaded files (if supported by the server): wget -c http://...
-c: continue

Read url's from a file and retrieve them: wget -i file_with_urls.txt
-i: input-file
Ask for url's (read from stdin): wget -i -. Enter url's on the command line, press enter after each url, and terminate with ^Z (press CTRL-Z) on an empty line.

More Information and Downloads : http://users.ugent.be/~bpuype/wget/