LimeWire Download Thruster 2.7.0 Limewire Download Thruster is a p2p module able to make your Limewire client provide higher speeds to your downloads. It's an extremely useful tool to use together with Limewire as it automatically improves the functions of your file sharing app.
FrostWire Download Thruster 2.1.0 FrostWire Download Thruster is a newly born download patch aiming at boosting the core features of your Frostwire client. It allows multiple download sources, bandwidth management system and doubles your download speeds.
Description: Shareaza Download Thruster is a technologically advanced download-accelerating plugin created to boost the main features of Shareaza file sharing program. What this lite app basically does is to automatically configure the best connection to peers, increase the number of download sources and, of course, enhance the speed of your downloads.
Though very undemanding when it comes to resource consumption, Shareaza Download Thruster comes with a powerful architecture developed for full automatic integration into Shareaza native client without any configuration from the user. Whether beginner or with previous experience in this type of software you can easily improve your searching and use the capabilities of your bandwidth to the maximum with this application.
Shareaza Download Thruster connects to the file sharing client automatically and offers a simple and intuitive interface that includes all the information you need about the download process: from the number of bytes sent and received, to the type of connection and your status.
Shareaza UltraBooster 2.2.7 Shareaza UltraBooster is a multi-capable application designed to improve the Shareaza file sharing client, optimizing a number of features Shareaza includes and manging the
Fewer Admit to P2P File Sharing Maybe it is the iPod factor, or maybe it is merely the result of the widely circulated reports of P2P users getting slapped with lawsuits, but a recent study shows that the numbers of people who admit to using such Web sites is declining.