If you are an active user of LimeWire — a popular Java-based P2P file sharing client — you have probably wondered if there is a way to improve your downloading speed. Of course, you can buy a registered version that the authors claim to be faster than the free one. This will give you a 60-70% boost, but the question really is — can you download two or four times faster than you currently do? The answer is «yes». With LimeWire Turbo Accelerator, you will experience a 200-400% increase!
LimeWire Turbo Accelerator is not just rocket fuel for your LimeWire downloads — it also takes care of such problems as disconnections, traffic congestion and broken downloads. Its completely free and contains absolutely no ad- or spyware. The interface is extremely simple and intuitive, so you will spend just a minute or two getting used to it. LimeWire Turbo Accelerator automatically takes invalid and downloaded files off the list, so you wont have any problems finding the right files among your downloads, resumes paused downloads and searches for additional file sources at user-specified intervals. The software can be minimized to the system tray when you dont need it and continue downloading in the background mode.
If you are looking for a download booster for LimeWire, LimeWire Turbo Accelerator will be the absolutely best choice, which will also offer a number of additional handy features! Try it right away and start downloading faster immediately!
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