View Full Version : WinxMX 3.3 Released
6th September 2002, 11:49
now features full ogg vorbis support.
grab it here:
6th September 2002, 19:09
yum and what not
7th September 2002, 13:28
I downloaded and didn't see any difference except the support for Ogg Vorbis, whatever that is. I just like to keep up to date.
7th September 2002, 23:03
its great. But now ppl seem to now be able to d/l fast or at all from me.
too and there is little ogg out there now...
8th September 2002, 02:19
The auto-find source and auto-enter queue are real nifty.
8th September 2002, 07:31
wasn't their some updating to the network? and massively reduced CPU useage? :) Thats what beta whatnot said was going to happen in the next release. And I was wondering why the old network was delivering less results. WinMX 3.3 was released and uses a different P2P System thats faster and better :D
8th September 2002, 13:09
I'm not sure about that. I just used it, and posted what i found. Didn't do much research into what all the upgrades were.
8th September 2002, 15:26
WinMX has always seemed *very* slow to me. Has anyone else noticed this, or is it just me? Kinda seems like the home to all the people with 56k. If I get above 5k on WinMX I'm supprised. Same with Gnotella. Seems very slow. Kazaa-lite doesn't seem to suffer the same slowness problem though. Man, I really miss Audiogalaxy. I could download an album in 8 minutes with it. *sigh*
8th September 2002, 16:04
Any idea what happened to Audiogalaxy? One day, you couldn't dl any songs due to 'copyright protecion'.
8th September 2002, 16:08
most cable/dsl users connect via a primary connection. it then cuts many cable/dsl users' upstream in half. that's a fault of winmx imo.
8th September 2002, 18:24
I always have problems w/ priamry conenction, so I stay at secondary. I regularly get DLs @ 50+ (mulit-point of course)
8th September 2002, 22:26
my computer is too slow and my upstream is low for primary connections. winmx's design is meant for broadband users. dialup users get shotty connections. why should they complain anyway?
audiogalaxy got sued and prosecuted and all that by RIAA. I didnt like it. the webinterface had problems, the downloads had "pips" if they had to restart. it was a shitty program. never made it to version 1.0 either. way to much spyware
9th September 2002, 01:24
No spyware in the linux version. ;)
Personally, I loved it. 50k+ downloads, consistantly. I was/am very sad to see it go.
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