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Poll: Best Peer-to-Peer Software (73 member(s) have cast votes)

Best Peer-to-Peer Software

  1. µTorrent (61 votes [83.56%])

    Percentage of vote: 83.56%

  2. Azureus (2 votes [2.74%])

    Percentage of vote: 2.74%

  3. Shareaza (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  4. Piolet (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  5. LimeWire (3 votes [4.11%])

    Percentage of vote: 4.11%

  6. BitSpirit (0 votes [0.00%])

    Percentage of vote: 0.00%

  7. BitComet (1 votes [1.37%])

    Percentage of vote: 1.37%

  8. Halite (1 votes [1.37%])

    Percentage of vote: 1.37%

  9. other please specify in reply (5 votes [6.85%])

    Percentage of vote: 6.85%

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#1
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Since the other poll got outdated here is a new one. i personally prefer to use µTorrent.


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i've used DC++ for the past 18 months and its great :thumbup

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As posted in the old one, I use Limewire primarily, and have the BT client for other stuff as required.
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Halite for torrent. Soulseek for music.

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Frostwire, and Deluge.
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Transmission, because it came with my OS of choice.
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Soulseek - Small and fast ;).

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utorrent the best.

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will any of them help me set up a wireless network ????

i need help baddly
PLZZZZ
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will any of them help me set up a wireless network ????

This has *NOTHING* to do with wireless networks.
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@fun4now - you must go to the correct subforum (from the main forum screen - scroll down some).

re This topic - no preference (use very little of it/them), but Vuze is "out there" (used it once) and it appears to be Sun Java-based. Works ok and seems to "find" peers pretty well.

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Frostwire and Opera

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This has *NOTHING* to do with wireless networks

sorry, thought peer to peer software to be for setting up or controlling network ( wired or wireless) :blushing:
my apologies
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I have been using Limewire ever since...

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uTorrent all the way. So small, yet easy to use, customizable and efficient...been using it for a while now with zero problems. :thumbup

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+1 utorrent forever. I can't understand people still using azureus, vuze, bitorrent...

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All Heil to µTorrent :thumbup

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Wow utorrent is very popular. But it can be expected for something that is so small, free and just works!

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Wow utorrent is very popular. But it can be expected for something that is so small, free and just works!

it wiped the competition in this poll :)
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dc++

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µTorrent

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Vuze

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UTorrent #1 +

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Haven't used any of them since I was badly burned by a virus while using Limewire - the virus slipped thru Norton 360 and destroyed my laptop. Luckily most of my business-critical files were off-line at the time but it still cost me untold agony recovering my personal stuff like irreplaceable photos of parents and grandparents.

Are there any peer-to-peer programs that are actually safe? I now use ZoneAlarm Firewall as well as Avast, AVG and Threatfire anti-virus programs, so I think I'm fairly safe - but it would still be nice to have peer-to-peer software I could trust!




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