FrostWire Speed up Pro is a must-have add-on for the FrostWire client. This light utility flawlessly integrates into FrostWire native client solely with the purpose of finding and downloading your songs, movies, games, books with more efficiency.
Description: FrostWire Speed up Pro is a must-have add-on module for the FrostWire p2p client users who want the most out of their file sharing application. Its functionality supports that of your p2p client, meaning that you get to download your files faster and safer since this light utility flawlessly integrates into FrostWire native client solely with this purpose.
Using FrostWire Speed up Pro translates into an automatic increase of the download process and a more accurate and resourceful searching abilities. This way any song, movie, or application that you're looking for are far more likely to show up in your search results window. Despite its very modest size and resource consumption, this add-on makes an effective solution to slow downloads, disconnections and traffic clogging.
FrostWire Speed up Pro is packed with a bunch of useful features:
Finished and corrupt files are cleared off automatically;
Paused/Interrupted downloads are resumed automatically;
Expand the searching function and allows multiple searches;
Configuration from last run is automatically saved and loads on start-up by default;
A stylish appearance due to a smart interface easily operable by a system tray icon;
Displays detailed information regarding the downloading process - status, time for acceleration, profile, the number of bytes sent and received.
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