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Best P2P software?


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I've been a long time user of the DC++ network while using windows, but now that I've switched to OSX, can someone tell me which peer2peer program is best? I've given aMule a try, but I'm not really liking it...
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I've been a long time user of the DC++ network while using windows, but now that I've switched to OSX, can someone tell me which peer2peer program is best? I've given aMule a try, but I'm not really liking it...
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limewire: http://www.limewire.com/english/content/home.shtml

acquisition: http://www.acquisitionx.com/

those are the two big ones for OSX


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www.frostwire.com is good, it's the open source version of limewire
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