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In FreshDownload you can select what extensions you want it to download by selecting Options, and going to the Integration tag. In the centre is a bar that shows the extensions which will be automatically downloaded. It can be edited. Just remove the ones you dodn't want it to download, or add what you want it to, then click OK. For example it doesn't have the extensions html, or pdf, so it lets the Moz Download Manager do them. However I would prefer it is the Moz Download Manager could handle all downloads.
All the 3rd party download mgrs can resume if the file server supports it. Some don't.) I have not seen one that can put a context menu entry into Moz or FB. They are normally triggered either by the plugin or by clipboard monitoring. Some also support drag & drop.
Closest you'll get to context menu is by using Star Downloader with the Mozex extension. (In which case Star doesn't need to be in memory when it's not in use, you won't need the plugin, and you will have total control over which files Star does or does not download.) I tried a few d/l managers with the Mozex extension. Of those I tried, Star was the only one that worked with it.
The Mozex entry should look like this: c: progra~1 stardo~1 stardown.exe%r.