Shakespeer (Cornell DC++).Mac DC++ download |
DC++ announces the freedom to share! DC++ is an open source client for Windows for the Direct Connect / Advanced Direct Connect network. Direct Connect allows you to share files over the Internet without restrictions or limits. The client is completely free of advertisements and has a nice, easy to use interface. Firewall and router support is integrated and it is easy and . Welcome to Mac DC++. A port of DC++ to Mac OS X with a user interface according to the Apple Human Interface Guidelines. Because this client is built on DC++ it is compatible with the Windows version and the Macintosh version will benefit from future updates of DC++. Dec 09, · DC++ is a client to download files by means of the Direct Connect network, where you’ll be able to find songs and music by any of your favorite artists. Vote.8/10(10).
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Nov 10, · DC++ is not available for Mac but there are some alternatives that runs on macOS with similar functionality. The most popular Mac alternative is RetroShare, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn’t suit you, our users have ranked more than 10 alternatives to DC++ and five of them are available for Mac so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. DC++ is a software solution that aims to make the whole file sharing experience a lot more pleasant, allowing users to exchange files using the Direct Connect protocol and . Apr 27, · 4 Best Mac OS X DC++ Clients [Yosemite, Mavericks] Shakespeer (Cornell DC++). ShakesPeer is also known as Cornell DC++. This is one of those DC++ clients for mac that has EiskaltDC++. EiskaltDC++ is yet another cross-platform DC++ clients out there. Although I have not used this much but Mac.
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From the life of the watch
Here it is, the invasion of new technologies: it became known that Citizen, in collaboration with IBM, is preparing to release several watch models … running Linux!
The watch will use a 32-bit processor, 16 MB of memory, of which 8 MB – flash, 320 x 240 screen, Bluetooth, infrared port, voice control. But that’s not all: recognition of the “owner” by fingerprint, navigation system (with a graphical interface!) – it’s all on your wrist. Power supply – Li-Ion, rechargeable through a special module.
Of course, the presence of wireless Bluetooth in the WatchPad carries with it the meaning of some kind of interaction with a PC, but such details have not yet been described.
It would probably be shortsighted to think that manufacturers will confine themselves to the now popular PDA form factor, and will not go further along the path of miniaturization. It is possible that the product will not become widespread, however… who foresees this fashion 😉