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Thread: A Good Filesharig Program Besides Kazaa?

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    has no spyware and all...also is u reccomend one, tell me if its safe to use....and i do not want bit torrent as that is VERY slow and i dont know but i tried emule and i think it messed up my computer

  2. File Sharing   -   #2
    Try kazaa lite.

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    Soulseek or Shareaza.

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    The biggest file sharing community is still the Direct Connect network. They have more files than FastTrack and Gnutella combined! If you don't fint it on there, you can't find it anywhere else! Both clients are spyware free but are not as easy to use as KLite.

    DC++ 0.24 :
    http://dcplusplus.sourceforge.net/

    Direct Connect 1.0 :
    http://www.neo-modus.com/

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    I noticed when using Bittorent, I needed to foward port 8661.
    Shareaza is very cool and ES5 is fast but very strange.

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    Originally posted by MadDog-2000@21 May 2003 - 19:25
    The biggest file sharing community is still the Direct Connect network. They have more files than FastTrack and Gnutella combined! If you don't fint it on there, you can't find it anywhere else! Both clients are spyware free but are not as easy to use as KLite.

    DC++ 0.24 :
    http://dcplusplus.sourceforge.net/

    Direct Connect 1.0 :
    http://www.neo-modus.com/
    which one is better, DC++ or the regular?

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    Originally posted by REALITY@21 May 2003 - 16:26
    I noticed when using Bittorent, I needed to foward port 8661.
    Shareaza is very cool and ES5 is fast but very strange.
    So far I haven't had a great experience with ES5. The interface seems a little cartoonish. I'd rather they cut out the bullshit "dating" and concentrate and filesharing. Also, I've found very few sources for files there, but the network is just getting started. B)

    I'm still holding strong that Shareaza beta version 1.9 is the best filesharing program around. Security can always be improved, but the interface is great, and its very easy to use.
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    which one is better, DC++ or the regular?
    That is up to you to decide. Many people like DC++ because it is written in the C language and is supposed to be more stable. Besides that, it can connect to multiple hubs at once but Direct Connect 1.0 can only connect to one at a time. However, some hub operators don't like DC++ and ban people using DC++, when they enter their hub. I use both, just in case. Once you log on to one of the bigger hubs with like 800 members or more you will be amazed how much they share! Many people on that network share well over 200 GB! All the new movie releases can be found on that network, usually on the day before or when they come out. You can already find many sources for X2 on that network!

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    Originally posted by kms1357@21 May 2003 - 21:51
    which one is better, DC++ or the regular?
    Definately DC++ because

    No adware
    Connect to multiple hubs
    ALOT cooler option (search spy)
    Slicker interface
    Use multiple hub lists
    More freedom with the client


  10. File Sharing   -   #10
    Originally posted by MadDog-2000@21 May 2003 - 19:25
    The biggest file sharing community is still the Direct Connect network. They have more files than FastTrack and Gnutella combined! If you don't fint it on there, you can't find it anywhere else! Both clients are spyware free but are not as easy to use as KLite.

    DC++ 0.24 :
    http://dcplusplus.sourceforge.net/

    Direct Connect 1.0 :
    http://www.neo-modus.com/
    Both of those are shit. I haven't found any good files on those networks.

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