Friday, October 3, 2008

Shareaza 2.4.0.0

Release Date: October 1st, 2008

Shareaza can connect to up to 4 separate Peer-to-Peer networks, providing access to hundreds of thousands of diverse users, all from one single program. You can download/upload from these networks: EDonkey2000, Gnutella, BitTorrent and Gnutella2 (G2).

Shareaza 2.4 celebrates 4 years of open source p2p community,
and presents almost 900 changes from 9 months of solid dedication under difficult circumstances.

Shareaza 2.4 Changelog
Revisions 6540-7410 (Jan.01-Oct.01 2008)
Almost 900 Cumulative Updates.
Windows 9X Support Dropped, new VC9 Development Platform.
to much to put here.
Full Changelog visit: http://pantheraproject.net/wiki/index.php?title=ChangeLog2.4

Shareaza Features:
• Use the power of 4 P2P Networks simultaneously!
Four networks mean access to a wide variety of users. Look no further: Shareaza has got you covered!
• Download from multiple sources
Experience downloads the way they were meant to be: fast! Shareaza swarms across four networks!
• Sophisticated file-hashing
Say adios to corrupted files and mp3s that skip. Shareaza detects and fixes corruption before the download completes.
• Find that file with Global Searching on Gnutella2!
Search the entire network, not just a part of it. Shareaza will find you that file!
• Multiple results tabs
Each search is displayed in a new window. Your search results will never be overwritten. Shareaza runs the searches you want, when you want!
• Previews, users comments, and ratings
Get picture and movie previews right from the search panel. Even view comments and ratings written by users like you. Shareaza ensures you avoid those fakes and download the real deal!

Homepage: http://shareaza.sourceforge.net/
Changelog: http://pantheraproject.net/wiki/index.php?title=ChangeLog2.4

Download: http://heanet.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/shareaza/Shareaza_2.4.0.0.exe
all files: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=110672

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If you want to download sketchy files fast, go with gnutella. If you need to get files fast and with quality ensured you can use bittorrent. If you want to have access to rare downloades regardless of speed you use ed2k to start with. I used gnutella ages ago and it has only gone downhill since then, in terms of file quality. I just use emule mods that can filter shareaza clients, I do not want to see the ed2k network getting polluted with fakes from gnutella, it is uncool.

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