fGet.exe – new utility for batch/scripting file downloads
fGet.exe is a tiny download utility designed for batch/scripting usage, which simply downloads the data from the specified url to a local file. fGet optionally supports referring URL spoofing and HTTP login with basic authentication. fGet.exe is tiny (currently 51.1kb, or 18.5kb zipped with standard compression) and requires no external dependencies for best portability.
Obviously it can be used in many scenarios, however it was specifically designed to give d7/d7II users an alternate means of downloading multiple files via batch scripts prior to launching a custom application.
Current Version: v1.0 (Jan 26th 2016)
Requirements: Windows XP and above (tested through Windows 10)
Required Command Line Parameters
Optional Command Line Parameters
fGet Batch Example w/Reg Query
Some minor usage caveats exist, most of which can be accommodated for. See the ‘fGet Batch Example w/Reg Query’ inside the “fGet – Usage.txt” file for examples.
fGet.exe is FREE for personal and commercial usage.