filed in Uncategorized on Jun.23, 2002
What peer to peer software do any of you use? I can’t find anything good anymore.
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Kazaa Lite is the best I’ve found.
[That's supposedly a temporary link, by the way]
I was using Kazaa for a while. I suspect a virus I may have gotten from there was partly responsible for my problems on my old system. Anyhow, now I think that p2p sites suck my ass. I don’t care to use them anymore.
I’m already using Kazaa. Is there a difference between that and Kazaa Lite?
KaZaA is riddled with spyware and pop-ups and ads and nasty stuff. Lite just cleaned it all up and has some better support.
I’ve meen meaning to try WinMX. I hear it’s good, but haven’t had a reason to yet
hint: When searching for stuff, make sure you’ve got the right media type selected.
I’ve noticed that if you search for stuff on “everything”, that some filenames come up as “cool music.mp3 .exe”.
Virus writing bastards. Anyway, you avoid that completely if you put it on, say, audio.
The latest of WinMX beats all hands down. You can connect to all the open nap networks (get napigator for that), and the WinMX WPNP network is better designed than FastTrack (the kazaa tech), and supports all the same things (and more — they followed my (I say again, MY(yay!)) suggestions) as kazaa.
It is pretty good, thanks.
WinMX is pretty good, you might want to give it a try.
This is an interesting program. Thanks for the reply…
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