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So, I met a guy who was running this program instead of limewire. I know that limewire isn't smart to run on a mac because of how it just places downloaded files wherever it wants on the Mac HD.

Does frostwire cause the same issues? I'd like to have some way to download individual files without ruining things.

Please let me know!
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Limewire and frostwire are the same, all go on the same servers, frost wire is just a diffrent "Theme" to limewire
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