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Best P2P applications?!

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by jlrm365, Jan 8, 2005.

  1. Alien13

    Alien13 Guest

    But is it safe to download from the official site or could you supply a site 4 me?
     
  2. Plucki823

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    id like to know too (where to download ares lite from)

    someone help!
     
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    warez is what i use.
     
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    Cool.
     
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    one of the other reasons that its called ares lite is that it doesnt use up as much system resources as the full version,i am using the lite version and along with BT and DC++ there is nothing that i cant get my hands on.
     
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    nohelpme wrote:
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    Anyone one have a good guide on how to donwload from newsgroups? I know it involves binaries??? Anyone can you hook me up? Thanks!
    Google is a marvelous thing. This is a very comprensive guide:
    http://www.slyck.com/ng.php?page=1

    Personally, you couldnt pay me enough to use p2p apps, for obvious and numerous reasons. Usenet contains 30+ terrabytes of files, with hundreds of thousands added daily. IMO, it's easily worth the modest monthly fee (~$15) required to have access to a premium server. On a 1.3 Mbit adsl connection, you could easily expect to be able to download ~250 gigs a month.

    $15 a month buys you a measure of anonymity, the ability to request files, and access to a huge database that is continually updated. Once you figure it out, it's a breeze to use, and IMO vastly superior to all other p2p apps.

    Thanks for the url. Where do you get access with unlimited downloads for 15$? The ones I findat about 30$ a month for 50g a month..And what do you recommend?
    Thanks
     
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    newshosting.com
     

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