P2P Programme recomendations

By Ollie30001
Dec 17, 2006
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  1. Helo all,

    This has probaly been asked loads i dunno, but what would be the best p2p programme to get

    i used things like limewire and bittorrent in the past but have not used a p2p programme in ages, so whats new out there?
  2. N1Hawk

    N1Hawk Newcomer, in training Posts: 248

    Ares is the best one I find that does not take up alot of HD space and also not alot of system resources!
  3. Teaser261

    Teaser261 Newcomer, in training Posts: 177

    Just a thought,but, I wouldn't think that p2p would be a topic condoned on Techspot. It's borderline piracy. Personally, I'm apathetic to the subject, but , I'm just putting it out there before the higher up's cut you off.:blackeye:
  4. N1Hawk

    N1Hawk Newcomer, in training Posts: 248

    He's asking for recommandations on programs not asking how to download stuff?? :p
  5. Teaser261

    Teaser261 Newcomer, in training Posts: 177

    I'm not condemning nor condoning, just sayin'.:D
  6. Ollie30001

    Ollie30001 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 170

    Hmm, thanks, i never actually herd of that one before, whats it like for spware adware ect? safe? come with any unwanted software or toolbars?
  7. jp1490

    jp1490 Newcomer, in training

    im using frostwire and it is good
  8. N1Hawk

    N1Hawk Newcomer, in training Posts: 248

    It has no spyware or adware. my computer is checked regularlly and no spyware or adware has been detected from that program
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