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flyin3d
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Hello,
Is it true that you have to pay to download Kazaa's file sharing program for the Mac? If so where are all the free one's. Any anonymous ones out there???
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Hello,
Is it true that you have to pay to download Kazaa's file sharing program for the Mac? If so where are all the free one's. Any anonymous ones out there???
Thanks.
Stay away from kazaa, (legal use only I hope ) www.limewire.com Acquisistion, Neo,
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flyin3d
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Thanks Fomer. I'll check it out.
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fumomo
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You can take a look at Bit Torrent too.
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G_Force
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BitTorrent is an extremely powerful file sharing/retrieving tool in the right hands.

Just do a search for BitTorrent downloads in google.

BitTorrent itself can be found here.

-G
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HopperJonusFang
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Limewire looks promising, downloading it now
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malt
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Limewire looks promising, downloading it now
Cheers
I use it all the time, you won't be sorry.
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HopperJonusFang
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Yeah, I've been using it a while now. Does the job nicely.
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eatinwokout
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You all should check out poisoned project. It was designed for mac users. Find it at www.poisonedproject.com . Poisoned connects to Fastrack network(kazaa, imesh, grokster), gnutella(limewire, acquisition), and OpenFT. I've been using without any problems on OS X Panther for the past couple months. Fast connections too!
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StarManta
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I'm surprised no one has mentioned iSwipe yet. I think the website is iswipe.com (if not, google it). It works on nearly every file sharing network under the sun (BitTorrent will be supported in the next release). Only problem is, it's still in Beta so not all the buttons work properly, but it's something you can tweak and make work
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