Adding to the previous, for all downloaders.
Using Torbrowser helps to circumvent the restrictions (waiting times, daily byte limits, ea.) many filehosts apply in an attempt by sheer annoyance to enforce the downloaders to buy their services.
As mentioned above, Torbrowser has an option for changing your identity (the apparent one, only :)) ). By doing so the filehost sees you as a different downloader than the one before, so the restrictions set for 'You one minute ago' don't apply anymore. This is also very useful with hosts with very slow download speeds. By pretending to be several different users you can get parallel downloads, even when the host allows only one connection at a time for any specific downloader.
Alas, you are not alone in this business. You might have to change your identity several times before you are clean to go again. This because your current exit node (the apparent user) might have been used recently by someone else.