Pyaxel Crack For Windows

pyaxel is a command line interface based download accelerator in Python that works seamlessly in networks that are behind proxy servers and for protocols like http and ftp.
If you are familiar with Python, give it a try and see what it can do for you!


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The most user friendly, sleek and feature rich GUI based download accelerator ever!
pyaxel Product Key – Command Line Interface:
PyAXEL is designed mainly for command line use. Its command line interface allows the user to perform a variety of automated & semi-automated tasks in order to expedite data retrieval from the Internet.
Despite its lightweight design pyaxel is one of the most powerful and feature rich applications ever built. Features:

For developers who desire a GUI like experience using pyaxel.
You can specify your own proxy servers with the command line.
With pyaxel, you can block or unblock IP’s, block or unblock subnets, block or unblock combinations of protocols & ports.
With pyaxel, you can also force a file to be downloaded to a specific directory and to stop downloading once the download is complete without you having to even care about it.
You can also set pyaxel to automatically detect and follow links from websites.
You can download files directly to your own harddrive using pyaxel.
You can download files to a VFTP server!
You can even download files to an FTP server!
You can download files to an HTTPS server!
You can download files to any location using the file options of pyaxel.
You can download multiple files at once using the PyAXEL! concurrency option.
If you have python 2.6 or better PyAXEL is built for you!
pyaxel is 100% opensource and completely free for you to use.
You can download files from any server with just one click!
If you are new to pyaxel you will find the tutorials extremely helpful.


As people have mentioned, it’s a command line tool. However it works seamlessly in networks that are behind a proxy server. If you set up a proxy in your system, you can use pyaxel in your network, for example, you can use pyaxel behind the proxy to download data from the internet.
pyaxel is a highly technical tool. But it’s written by a programmer who creates it specifically for programmers, and so it’s very easy to use. There’s a lot of documentation to help you use it.


pyaxel is for those who don’t like typing command lines everyday… it’s a GUI Python based application and works behind any proxy servers.


pyaxel stands for “Python Accelerated XDownloader”.

It is a hack on XDownloader library, written in python and based on urllib2. It was specifically built for the
use in a network where internet connection is blocked, or it is too slow, or the connections are otherwise unstable.
Being a HTTP client, pyaxel is meant for direct connection to the server, and is able to download a file with just
any HTTP request (GET, POST, PUT), with any http GET command line (urllib2.Request). As a python program,
pyaxel is easily portable among machines, and comes with python scripts that can be run on any Windows or Unix

For Windows Users, pyaxel will use the IE browser as a HTTP client, and for HTTP GET requests it can be launched with
any command line command of the browser, or via an Automatix2 package.

Like it?
Don’t like it? Feel free to send a bug report, or suggest other features that you think are important, or that should
be implemented in pyaxel. Please send bug reports to the developers in “pyaxel”. Bug report reporting instructions:

pyaxel URL:

pyaxel 1.3a – March 17, 2008

Added the ability to resume paused downloads when re-launching the script from within the network, as
against previous versions.

Added the possibility to clean the log file on exit, thus saving disk space.

Added the command line switch -i for an easy option to specify a proxy address and port (enable
proxy from command line).

Added the command line switch -k for an easy option to specify a user-agent (for deeper support of
download parameters in proxy servers).

Added the command line switch –protocol for a switch for protocols, that can be used to for example
specify the protocol for ftp downloads.

Added command line switch –user-agent for the option to specify a user-agent for the Internet

Added command line switch –time-limit for the option to set the time limit for downloads, in

Added a global switch -b,

Pyaxel Crack + Full Version Free Download

Pyaxel is a GUI based download accelerator and Ftp client for Linux platforms. It supports a huge number of options, some of them being: proxy settings, compression levels, parallel downloads and more.
Download Pyaxel From The GitHub Repository And Install It:
You can find pyaxel in the download section of the GitHub repository
Clone It To Your Local Machine:
$ git clone
If you are running Windows, you need to perform this on a Linux machine. I use the Ubuntu distribution as I run on it daily.
Install It:
$ cd pyaxel/
$ sudo python install
How To Use It:
This article will focus on what the command line usage of Pyaxel is.

Download a single file from a remote url.
Download multiple files from a remote url.
Download a single file from a local url.
Download multiple files from a local url.

Downloading Files With Pyaxel:

Downloading a single file from a remote url:

The command to download a single file from a remote url is –
pyaxel -r ‘ftp://yoururl’ -m ‘yourfile.extension’
The above command will give you the command line output of the download once the download finishes.
For example, if you had a web page that looked something like this:

If you saved the text above to a file in your local machine and you used the above command, you would get the following output:
Downloading: -> (connection timed out)

If you did not have a file saved locally, you would have to use the -L switch like this –
pyaxel -r ‘ftp://yoururl’ -m ‘yourfile.extension’ -L
This would tell pyaxel to save the file to a local folder of your choice. You could set the destination folder with the -D switch –
pyaxel -r ‘ftp://yoururl’

What’s New in the Pyaxel?

pyaxel is a command line interface based download accelerator in Python that works seamlessly in networks that are behind proxy servers and for protocols like http and ftp.
if you are familiar with python, give it a try and see what it can do for you!

What’s New

This is the first official release in May 2012.

Cited Projects Using Pyaxel

Please refer to the pyaxel mailing list or ask for help at the pyaxel mailing list if you’re using pyaxel.

Inhalation toxicity testing of nitrofuran-derivatives.
A series of three nitrofuran-derivatives was tested for their capacity to be absorbed by rats after inhalation. They were N-allylthioamino-2-nitrofen (ATNF), N-ethythiomino-2-nitrofen (ETNF), and N-butylthioamino-2-nitrofen (BTNF). The compounds were administered by inhalation in concentrations of 10, 100, 1000, 10,000 and 100,000 ppm (BTNF) and 50,000, 100,000 and 1000 ppm (ETNF and ATNF), respectively. The compounds were administered to groups of eight male and female rats per group. The animals were subjected to a whole-body exposure of at least 15 min and followed up for at least 10 days. Clinical signs and parameters monitored included behavioural, ophthalmic and pathological parameters. The inhalation exposure of the rats to a concentration of 100,000 ppm led to a significant increase in mortality, the cause of which remained unclear. A concentration of 10,000 ppm to 100,000 ppm provoked a treatment-related reduction in body-weight gain. Signs of pulmonary damage, such as irritation of the nose and pharynx, as well as of the airways, were observed. The clinical signs observed following inhalation exposure of 100,000 ppm as well as of 10,000 ppm of ETNF and BTNF were noxious. The inhalation toxicity of ETNF, BTNF and ATNF was comparable with that of the reference substance nitrofurazone. Both 100,000 ppm and 10,000 ppm of ATNF caused a significant increase in stomach-body-weight ratio and an increase in the extent of gastric ulceration. The results of this study suggest that the compounds BTNF, ETNF and ATNF are not completely appropriate for

System Requirements:

Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (64-bit), 64-bit editions of Windows, or Windows Server 2008/2012/2016
1.60 GHz processor or faster
512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
250 MB available hard disk space
DirectX 8.1 compliant video card or integrated graphics card
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