Phex
Phex is a peer-to-peer file sharing client for the gnutella network, released under the terms of the GNU General Public License, so Phex is free software. Phex is based on the Java platform and suppor...
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JMule
JMule is an open source file sharing client written in Java for eDonkey2000 networks. JMule is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License, it is based on Java platform and requires at ...
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Kazaa
Kazaa Media Desktop (once stylized as "KaZaA", but now usually written "Kazaa") started as a peer-to-peer file sharing application using the FastTrack protocol licensed by Joltid Ltd. and operated as ...
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The Major BBS
The Major BBS (sometimes MajorBBS or MBBS) was bulletin board software (a bulletin board system server) developed between 1986 and 1999 by Galacticomm. In 1995 it was renamed Worldgroup Server and bu...
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Warez P2P
Warez P2P is a proprietary peer-to-peer filesharing service released in January 2004 that uses the Ares network, and offers a service similar to that of Kazaa. Up to version 3.1.1, Warez P2P was a clo...
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XMule
xMule — the X11 Mule — is a client for the eDonkey peer-to-peer file sharing network, originally intended to bring it to virtually all the major Unix platforms, with a particular emphasis on Linux. Th...
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Dropmyemail
Dropmyemail is a cloud based email backup software offered by Dropmysite that offers cloud storage and Online backup software. In brief, Dropmyemail allows users to automatically backup their emails ...
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Hightail
Hightail – formerly YouSendIt – is a cloud service that lets users send, receive, digitally sign and synchronize files. YouSendIt.com and YouSendIt Inc. were founded in 2004; the company ...
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BitLet
BitLet, abbreviation for BitTorrent Applet, is a BitTorrent program that enables the use of this file sharing protocol inside any Java-enabled web browser, without the need of an external dedicated cl...
KCeasy
giFT Internet File Transfer (giFT) is a computer software daemon that allows several file sharing protocols to be used with a simple client having a graphical user interface (GUI). The client dynamic...
Comparison of NMDC Software

Direct Connect hubs are central servers to which clients connect, thus the networks are not as decentralized as Gnutella or FastTrack. Hubs provide information about the clients, as well as file-...
MLDonkey
MLDonkey is an open source, multi-protocol, peer-to-peer file sharing application that runs as a back-end server application on many platforms. It can be controlled through a user interface provided b...
Mulve
Mulve, previously known as 'Search', was a short lived music download portable application that provided a front end for downloading music tracks from the Russian site Vkontakte. The application devel...
Valknut (software)
Valknut is a program that uses the Direct Connect protocol. It is compatible with other DC clients, such as the original DC from Neomodus, DC++ and derivatives. Valknut also interoperates with all com...
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MorphXT
eMule MorphXT is a peer-to-peer file sharing application for Microsoft Windows released under the GNU General Public License (GPL), as is its parent software eMule.eMule connects to both the eDonkey n...
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QBittorrent
qBittorrent is a free software cross-platform BitTorrent client. The program uses libtorrent-rasterbar library for the torrent back-end (network communication) functionality.qBittorrent is written in ...
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XNap
XNap is a free peer-to-peer client licensed under the GNU General Public License. XNap is written purely in Java. The client features a modern Swing based user interface and console support that will ...
Poisoned
giFT Internet File Transfer (giFT) is a computer software daemon that allows several file sharing protocols to be used with a simple client having a graphical user interface (GUI). The client dynamic...
Napster
Napster was the name given to two music-focused online services. It was originally founded as a pioneering peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing Internet service that emphasized sharing audio files, typical...
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