Discussion in 'Computers' started by eratum, Nov 19, 2003.
does someone got the new kazaa lite????
hmm...y r u asking?
u wan a review of it? or u cant find the site?
if itz the latter, below are the URLs to KazaaLite's main page...its all leads to the same place...jus choose anyone u fancy...
This site has links to all the Kazaa-Lite Ftp sites that are still up. Remember that Kazaa Lite IS illigal.
thz cybercat for me too
Kazaa Lite Official Website
The newest version of Kazaa Lite and all versions of Kazaa Lite can be downloaded from the Official Kazaa Lite Website at:
Thanks, but please remember that Kazaa Lite is illegal, though I do use it once in a while to download a rare file or two.
Emule is much better.
I actually tried eMule a while ago, but I couldn't every get anything to start downloading.
Seems nobody's ever online. But maybe it's just with the things that I'm trying to download.
It can be hit or miss, depending on where you are in the world but generally I've no great trouble!!
The future is called Bittorrent.:borg:
It that a peer-to-peer network like Kazaa, or something else?
Thanks for the explanation there Zandro.
Don't think I'll being using it for a while.
Oh, but it is not complicated. Just install a program to automatically register the format extension, double-click on the Torrent file, and its contents will be yours in no time. This is a great way to claim a large number of files at a time.
Do you know if this "network" monitored by the RIAA and similar groups?
bittorrent kills bandwidth tho...has anyone tried ares?
I'm sure it isn't, and so far has been recognised by many independent artists as an excellent form of trial promotion for their material, which includes whole music albums and even movies.
The point of BitTorrent is to save the bandwidth costs of internet content hosts by instead spreading it evenly among the peers actually wanting the content.
Hmm, thanks for clearing that up Zandro.
I'll be sure to look into getting it sometime.
Any suggestions on where to download it? Or isn't it a program?
I have an obligation to tell you this, and perhaps I should have told you earlier. There is A LOT of content that is being distributed illegally through BitTorrent, from "now showing" feature films to major musicians' albums vigorously controlled by the music industry. It's not yet attacked as KaZaA had been, but I'm sure some government will be swinging away at the network soon enough. Just keep safe by not touching material that wouldn't be morally distributable otherwise.
Now, to answer your question.
It is a protocol for downloading, and a program is required to interpret it for use. The developer of the protocol has released a program for it. Although, it is not as extensively feature-packed as others that have emerged as freeware, and certainly not as user-friendly. Take your pick if still interested.
ABC [ Yet Another Bittorrent Client ]
I like WinMX and Limewire
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