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  • Question

  • hi frnds
         can anyone provide a link to download DownloadManager full version.
    thank your.
    Thursday, May 24, 2007 4:33 AM

All replies

  • www.freedownloadmanager.org

    This is a nice software . also it is free of cost..

    Thursday, May 24, 2007 11:04 AM
  • try torrents search like Bitorrent.com

    dont go to *** sites it is full of spyware..

    Thursday, May 24, 2007 1:10 PM
  • hey i hv never used torrents and i dont know, how exactly torrents work..can somebody pls tell...
    Thursday, May 24, 2007 2:57 PM
  • These days, torrent sharing (Or BitTorrents, as they are also referred to) are fast becoming the most popular way to download and share files among a wide variety of people. These files work by downloading tiny parts of a file from various websites simultaneously.

    Torrents work by using a limited amount of bandwidth to download significantly large files. With amazingly fast download speeds and high quality files, it's no surprise that torrents are fast becoming the wave of the future. Despite the prevalence of other file sharing programs like Kazaa, LimeWire, Gnutella and others, torrents will rise above the rest for a variety of reasons. First of all, users control the actual file sharing and torrents work to filter out corrupt or shady files. This works to ensure that downloads contain exactly what they are supposed to contain; nothing more, nothing less. Additionally, torrents work to ensure that there's an equal balance between file sharing and downloading. Excessive downloader's who have nothing to share are referred to as “leeches” and are usually punished accordingly.

    Basically, the more files you share using a torrent client, the faster your download speeds will be when you want to add files to your collection. Because torrents operate exclusively with content that users choose to share, it's imperative to upload at least as many files as you download to keep the network working correctly. Torrents are a relatively simple process to explain, and continue to grow in popularity with each passing day.

    Saturday, May 26, 2007 1:51 AM