Not so long ago, peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing has experienced its fair share of bad press. We all remember Napster and the controversy surrounding it in the early years, yet we still have applications such as Limewire who still offer a free, stripped down version of its search software. In some ways this P2P technology has been self-regulated somewhat and started to balance in favour of hosting legal sharers.
Azureus 220.127.116.11 is a sharing technology, which unlike others, enables you to take advantage of connection speeds. Schedule downloads but also control and manage connection speeds by using the Autospeed feature. As it’s based on a Java platform, it offers a solution across multiple operating systems.
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