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    Eatchipz's Avatar Poster
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    2 Questions

    1. Is emule not mend to be pritty fast. It is goin around 7kbs.

    2. Were do your fifles go when downloaded with Emule

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    I'd also like to know if Emule is usually this slow.

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    i usu get good speed, but it depends on popularity file, ul of person, etc....

    the files go to the "emule download" folder-look in the options in Emule, itll say there somewhere
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    Well, rumor has it that emule (or edonkey) got it&#39;s name from the animal called Mule (duh), but as to why they chose this animal....well basicly it&#39;s because the mule is known to be relaiable but slow, and that is exactly what e-mule is, very reliable (practicly no fakes or corrupted files ) but relatively slow speeds....my speeds on emule range from 3kbps to 25kbps (ocasional peaks of 60-90kbps), on a average of around 11kbps. Not spectacular speeds, but it gets the job done.

    And about where U&#39;r downloads go, just click on "Preferences" (last button to the right), and go to "Directories" (5 down from "general"), and the directory under "Incoming files" is where U&#39;r downloads go

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    Originally posted by The__One@15 May 2003 - 18:09
    around 11kbps. Not spectacular speeds, but it gets the job done.
    This is about what I get too. The speeds aren&#39;t that impressive, but the files always seem to work. I&#39;ve never had any problems with corruption or anything else.
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    The longer you leave emule running (and sharing stuff) the better your speeds go, i&#39;ve had speeds up around 50 kB/s or so for extended amounts of time, it just takes patience

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    From my experience of eMule, I would have to say that it is usually very slow for downloading and also it takes a long time for the files to start downloading once selected for download...

    I am a BroadBand user, incase anyone was wondering...

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    the only thing that annoys me with emule is the upload part i wont to set it to 2 files instead of 5 thats
    giving me that way it would get files spreaded quicker.

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    3 is minimum
    on plus it is anyway

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    Emule ahs always been slow for me i hate it.



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