"Uget functions as both a file manager and a download manager with no way of seperating the two different functionalities. So, removing the file from the download manager is the same as removing the file from your hard drive. There is a "remove" feature that merely changes the icon next to the file in the GUI (so you get to see old downloads). The only workaround is to move the files to a differnt directory using an actual file manager and then deleting them from the uget queue. Also, if your download is interrupted because your Internet connection dropped, having a partially downloaded file in the queue can cause the program to crash. Currently, despite removing uget and reinstalling it, it is now giving me a segmentation fault if I try to run it. Will now have to look for a differnt download manager."