How to download YouTube videos with Spartan on Windows 10

Windows 10 is coming, and it’ll be a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8 users! What a great news from Microsoft today. Apart with many great new features, a new web browser named Spartan would come with Windows 10. It’s a brand new Internet browser, more effective, more simply, clean-looking, lightweight browser built around a new rendering engine, better than Chrome and Firebox!

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Spartan supports Flash and HTML 5 very well. If you are a fan of YouTube, there must be many YouTube videos you want to download and add to your collection. And here is a step by step guide will show you how to download YouTube videos with Spartan. The guide also work for Facebook, VEVO, Metacafe, Dailymotion, Vimeo video.

The tool you need is this Online Video Downloader. It’s optimized for Spartan. You can also use it with Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Only one click to download online videos.

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Step1. Install Video Downloader

Download and install the Video Downloader, and then launch it. Check out the browser option you often use, e.g. Spartan, Safari, Firefox, Chrome during the install process.

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Step2.Download YouTube Videos with Spartan

Open Spartan Browser and go to youtube.com, find the video you want to download. When you play the YouTube video, you will see a “Download” button on the top right corner of the video. Click it, and the Video Downloader will download the YouTube video automatically. This program supports batch download, you can download up to 30 YouTube videos at a time.

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Tips1. If you don’t want to go to youtube.com but you already get the YouTube video URL. You can use “Paste URL” to download the video.

Tips2. This Video Downloader built-in a video converter, you can use it to convert the downloaded YouTube video to AVI, MP4, MP3, MKV, MOV, WMV, MPG, etc.

Tips3. The program comes with a video player too, you can use it as an alternative to Windows Media Player, QuickTime or VLC.