FrostWire Accelerator is a light but resourceful plugin which adds a plus of performance to your FrostWire P2P client, especially in the area you are most likely to be interested in the download speed.
Description: FrostWire Accelerator is a light but resourceful plugin which adds a plus of performance to your FrostWire P2P client, especially in the area you are most likely to be interested in the download speed. This small software is using modern technology and architecture to give searching, sharing and downloading further accuracy and speed, being perfectly integrated into the native file sharing app FrostWire.
Now all the features participating to your downloading experience will be considerably improved. What makes it a great tool is its extremely reduced size and very low resource consumption which don't prevent it from being very efficient in fighting slow downloads, interrupted connections and traffic congestion.
FrostWire Accelerator is loaded with helpful features such as:
Complete and corrupt files are disposed of automatically;
Paused/Interrupted downloads are resumed automatically;
Increases the accuracy of the searching function and enables simultaneous searches;
Saves configuration from last run automatically and loads on startup by default;
Offers attractive and, to a great extent, intuitive interface easily operable by a system tray icon;
Shows comprehensive info about the download in progress status, time for acceleration, profile, the amount of bytes sent and received.
System Requirements: Frostwire installed, Windows 95/98/98SE/ME/NT/2000/XP/VISTA,Win7, Internet connection.
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