Release Date: September 12, 2004.
eMule is a file sharing software, similar to StrongDC++ or ApexDC++. Based on the eDonkey2000 protocol, it facilitates the transmissions of data between client nodes in a fast manner. eMule’s advantage comes from the fact that it transfers files using the zlib-compressed format.
First and foremost, you are required to select a server you wish to connect to, and search for a particular file. If the results are not immediately returned, do not despair. It may take the tool a while to get the wheels turning (download speed is usually fast, if the bitrate is good).
For example, when searching for an audio track to download, eMule displays the length of the file, format type, bitrate, and whether it has been already processed or not.
Each downloaded item goes directly into shared files, so that others can have access to it, yet it is also possible to select other files from your hard drive and upload them with a simple click of the button.
You can adjust the transfer capacity (download and upload limit), schedule a task (i.e. to-do list), enable MobileMule (with a password), and more.
In conclusion, eMule is an efficient file sharing client, which does not feed on all your bandwidth. It was and still is the basis of newer, more modern file sharing clients. It does not put a strain on the computer's performance and the interface is quite suitable to all user categories. Jobs are usually completed in a timely manner, without popping up errors, freezing or crashing.
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