Vuze (formerly known as Azureus) is a bit-torrent client which follows a similar format to eMule but its makers claim it can provide significant improvements in terms of hits, download times and navigating available material.
There’s no doubt that Vuze offers some spectacularly fast download times but this comes at a price. Mainly the fact that Vuze is very bloated and tries to install two toolbars when you install it. On the benefit, because Vuze is an open resource project, there is a large community of programmers, designers plus users who are continually testing plus improving it plus there’s an excellent FAQ.
You receive comprehensive stats about every document that’s downloaded with Vuze (most of which will mean nothing to you though) but most importantly it gives you the all important Estimated Time of Introduction and Share Ratio which tells you how much of a particular document you have uploaded or given back to the community. Apparently, in a perfect world, every file should have a discuss ratio of two which means for every file you download, two customers download it from you.
Possibly the most notable feature of Vuze, however , is the media website that’s embedded into the application. It looks like a good entertainment website and that’s pretty much what only the entertainment can be downloaded via Vuze. These include gameshows, user generated content, sports and more.
Vuze includes a rather overwhelming interface as a result. It’s far more bloated than other P2P clients such as
Vuze is generally a great P2P application that may be a bit more bloated than most but works well and it has plenty to offer.
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