December 10, 2006


Filed under: internet, linux, mac, open source, p2p, reviews, software, tech — bardicknowledge @ 8:21 pm

Cabos is one of the best p2p programs I have used in a long long time (excluding torrents). You can compare Cabos to Limewire, Ares, Frostwire and all those type of programs.

What makes it so great is its simplicity. You install it and it will automatically start connecting to Limewire/Acquisition networks.

It’s layout: worderful. I love clean, simple, fast navagation and this offers exactly that.

OS’s: OSX, Linux and Windows… oh yes… open source beauty.

To put it simply, this one of the best p2p programs I have used. If you are looking so single tracks, this is the way to go.  Go, download it, install it, love it.

PS: You need Java to run this like many of these types of programs. Download and install Java before you start or it won’t work. Many view Java as a bad, bulky language but it can be  just as smooth  as any other type of program out there.


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