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Old 08-10-2004, 18:14
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Whats the best P2P program to use?

I mostly like movies and use kazaa lite but it seems to be slow since the program hasn't had an update for almost a year now. Is there a better P2P program?
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Old 09-10-2004, 03:29
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well there is updated but with different name
kazaa lite resurrection

i suggest though you use dc++
the best and fast but to connect to a server you NEED lots of Gb
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Old 09-10-2004, 07:40
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well there is updated but with different name
kazaa lite resurrection

i suggest though you use dc++
the best and fast but to connect to a server you NEED lots of Gb

Damn, kazaa lite resurrection gave me a virus. Somekind of Bloodhound virus and my antivirus software couldn't detect it on the install and can't remove it either. Time to reformat.
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Old 20-10-2004, 11:17
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Try using eMule from Sourceforge.
It is normally one of the top downloads or just do a search for eMule at http://www.sourceforge.net
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Go emule

Emule is by far and away the best.
It has about 50x the search capabilities of kaaza and although it seems to download very slow if at all at first it soon picks up speed.
It does say in the help files that emule doesnt like to be watched and like a stubbon mule wont download if it is watched,well i know this is just a little joke of theres but the odd thing is it seems to be true.
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Ares, Shareaza, Kazaa lite, there are too much p2p programs to say.
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Old 16-11-2004, 01:14
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shareza

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the best p2p program is shareza
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Old 22-11-2004, 20:47
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Winmx is good.

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Last edited by Incoming; 22-11-2004 at 20:49. Reason: Didn't see the date and i feel dumb
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Old 23-11-2004, 06:48
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Kazaa is the best probably, but FTP servers are also good, if you know how to access them online.....
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i did run kazaa and imesh but i found i got alot more bugs then music lol
but now i use bittorrent and i have to say its alot better then the other p2p programs i have played around with
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Old 10-12-2004, 06:14
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The best P2P program in my opinion is Kazaa. It is the easiest to use, and the downloads are very quick...most mp3s only take about a maximum of 2 minutes with a quick internet connection. When searching for mp3s, Kazaa automatically links together multiple users who have the same file, and when you download a song, it will detect the user with the fastest connection and automatically download from them. If a user cancels a download or the download stops for any reason, Kazaa automatically will find another user who has the same file, and pick up where the downloading left off. In addition, Kazaa offers a similar program identical to their free version called "Kazaa Plus", which offers an identical program to Kazaa, without any advertising. However, Kazaa Plus requires a monthly fee. The free version of Kazaa is still a great program and the best in my opinion. I think you should give it a try. If you have any futher questions, you know who to ask. I hope this helps.

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Old 04-01-2005, 04:15
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Hi,

I think the best P2P program to use is LimeWire. You can download stuff really quick, and the avi's and mp3's are extremely good quality. WinMX just gives you a load of crap. Kazaa gives you a load of stuff that you don't want including crap. And you can't download anything on Shareaza. eMule downloads at about 3kb per second on a 512 kbps broadband connection. The best one now is Lime wire.
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Bearshare

I think, the best P2P program is Bearshare. It's fast and you have a lot of files there.
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Old 13-02-2005, 15:25
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I using Shareaza.
Its free-spyware and adware.
Before I was using the Bearshare.
That was good program too.
Chose from this 2 will be good chose.
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I've found limewire great, but you have to watch out for those damn 105kb .wmv files (although they're easily enough spotted) - They don't do what they say on the tin!!!
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