It will help you instantly download images and view the galleries you build, but the feature that gives the free BatchDownload its name didn't work.
BatchDownload can be accessed through your Tools menu or by a right-click of your mouse. Right-clicking gives you three options: Batch Download, Batch Download All Images, and Build Gallery. When we clicked on an individual image, a window popped up on our screen displaying the source URL for the image. You can save the image to a destination of your choice. We opted to download the image to our desktop and it worked in an instant. Then, we tried the Batch Download All Images option. First, we received a cryptic error message. When we tried it again, only one of the images from the page downloaded. On a better note, we found the Build Gallery option great for viewing images and their source pages back-to-back.
BatchDownload includes a users manual, but we found that it doesn't offer much help. Novice users might need a little extra time to play around with the program. While we suspect that most users will want the batch download capabilities promised by the freeware, users who don't mind picking them one by one will like the gallery abilities BatchDownload offers.
Like FlashGet's batch download, but special designed for some image site. Download all the images in current page fast and easy. Build gallery use all small image links or selected links in a new tab,for download easy. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.