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DC++ 0.7091

File Size: 7.31MB

License: Open Source

Operating Systems: Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/XP64/Vista64

HomePage: http://dcplusplus.sourceforge.net/

Screenshots: http://dcplusplus.sourceforge.net/screenshots/

DC++ is an free open-source, ad and spyware-free client, written in C++ for the Direct Connect protocol originally developed by John Hess, that allows you to share files over the internet with other users.

Much more stable. It wastes less memory, is faster, file size is smaller and long queue won't freeze the whole program. Neo-Modus Direct Connect eats memory and resources.

You can connect to many hubs at same time and search for files from all of them with same search.

You can continue downloading the same file from other users if somebody leaves.

You can see timestamps in the chat. Chat won't jump to end when you roll back old messages.

Bot messages wont popup new windows, you can also filter bot messages off.

No Ads.

Search is more versatile.

Hublist is downloadable from multiple servers/sources.

DC++ is, based on observable factors, the most prevalent client on the Direct Connect network.

Features

* No ads, spyware, or bundled software that you don't need

*Open source software, code freely available under the GNU GPL

*Joins multiple hubs at the same time

*List of bookmark-like favorite hubs and users

*Shares large files and many files per your organization scheme

*Tiger Tree Hashes (TTH) used for file integrity

*Search across all (or selected) connected hub by type, size, or name

*Resume of downloads, with optional search for alternate sources

*Logging options and configuration for chat, private messages, downloads, and uploads

*Autoconfiguration of UPnP routers

*MAGNET link support for linking to specific content

*Automatic and manual download priorities

*Saving of user's file lists for browsing and queueing

*Translation into other languags by custom supplied gettext po language files

*Segmented downloading

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I use this software, it is nice.

Share some ISO files for Linux distributions and help out independent and underground artists by spreading their freely downloadable songs they released.

Sometimes you cant join the hubs, because your share is too small.

Sometimes people have no slots left for you.

Sometimes people disconnect you when you download.

People who misbehave can get banned from a hub.

But sometimes if you're lucky, you can get some real nice download speeds.

I probably downloaded in 600 kbyte/s. You can join local hubs too, where all the people are from your own country, that way its easier to get good speed.

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