You may have installed Ares Galaxy but still wary on how to go about the process of downloading much needed files. You must know that the program employs a queing system that prioritizes downloads whenever a big list is up. Remember that you are just one of the millions of users who may be downloading at the same time. The queuing system is designed to manage the whole process of downloading and it is best recommended that you read on to know more of its details.
Ares Galaxy’s queing systems really work in all its efficiency to download everything at once as much as possible. You may have gone through the options in the control panel where you are allowed to alter and choose the maximum number of transfers and connections you would like at any given time. The maximum number could be the set limit to your bandwidth and internet usage. If you initiate ten transfers, the system will oblige to download every requested file so long as you have placed a request within your limits.
All files requested over and above your limit will be subject to a wait list or the queuing list until such time that a slot is made available. The program monitors transfers and may cap speeds if you exceed the limits set on the software. The title at the top of the queue gets to move up to the downloading process and subsequently as each download finishes the queuing list moves on. When all files have been downloaded, the remaining data to be transferred will be shared back to the network. The queue list can accommodate as many files as you would like to download.
Ares Galaxy monitors individual files by default. There are no priorities listed as all files are viewed the same or uniformly. Your next question may be – why do the transfers have different download speeds? Download speeds are determined by the peers you have been connected with If you are linked to fast server peers you can get the best speeds, and it goes without saying that peers having below average upload speeds will also bring a result of poor download speeds.
There is nothing complicated about the queuing system. The developers just made use of inherent common sense, much like waiting for your turn to ride a bus on a busy rush hour work day or waiting in line to cash your check in the bank. If you would want to get the best download speeds, it is recommended that you stick to the set limits for transfers at any one time and be selective on which peers to use. The bet peers are usually displayed on top of search results list having many files also shown in the list.