Shareaza 2.5.5.0

Shareaza is a peer-to-peer client for Windows that allows you to download any file-type found on several popular P2P networks.

Shareaza is the most luxurious and sophisticated file sharing system you'll find. It can harness the power of up to four separate peer-to-peer (P2P) networks, including EDonkey2000, Gnutella, BitTorrent and Shareaza's native network, Gnutella2 (G2).

Not only that, but Shareaza is completely FREE and won't show any annoying ads or pop-ups. It won't install any unwanted third party programs that can wreak havoc with your computer. No spyware, no registration, no "paid version". Just download and use. Simple.

What you get with Shareaza:

  • Phenomenal Multi-Network Support - You can download/upload from these networks: EDonkey2000, Gnutella, BitTorrent and Gnutella2 (G2).
  • Shareaza Introduces "Collections" - Collections group previews of album covers, descriptions, and song lists all in one complete package. Once you've discovered the collection, just click the file list to download.
  • Kick-ass Interface with loads of features - This P2P client has a lot to offer and you reap all the benefits. With Shareaza's well designed interface you can do a lot more than all the other clients out there.

What's new in Shareaza 2.5.5.0:

DC++ and Gnutella updates, enhanced anti-spam protection, multi-file download merging, and other fixes and improvements are included in this release. Shareaza was first released in mid-2002 with rapid development from its creator. In 2004, Shareaza became free and open source as its creator moved onto other pursuits. The project has faced internal and external battles at times, but it continues to survive and thrive in an increasingly hostile environment.

Download: Shareaza 2.5.5.0 | 7 MB (Open Source)
View: Shareaza Website

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Anaron said,
I honestly thought software like this died when torrents became popular.

I honestly thought torrents died when direct downloads become popular.

warwagon said,

I honestly thought torrents died when direct downloads become popular.

Shouldn't it be the other way? DDL existed before torrents.

It still exists, but useless, to me or most others, I'm sure.

Haven't used a P2P or bittorrent program since Napster!! Actually, haven't ever used a bittorrent program.

cork1958 said,
It still exists, but useless, to me or most others, I'm sure

absolutely, we chose this guy to speak for all of us, in case you were wondering

cork1958 said,
It still exists, but useless, to me or most others, I'm sure.

Haven't used a P2P or bittorrent program since Napster!! Actually, haven't ever used a bittorrent program.


We're all glad that you use newsgroups...now move along. Also, if you don't mind I'd like to speak for myself thank you.