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6 seconds, definitely faster. I'm almost done following up on inman's tip, then I'll report whether his way was faster on my box. The difference seems to be that you restricted yourself to three threads, whereas he had no restriction.

Anyway, thanks.

In reply to Re^2: What is the fastest way to download a bunch of web pages? by tphyahoo
in thread What is the fastest way to download a bunch of web pages? by tphyahoo

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