Release Date: August 28, 1997.
IRC (Internet Relay Chat) is a virtual meeting place where people from all over the world can meet and talk; you'll find the whole diversity of human interests, ideas, and issues here, and you'll be able to participate in group discussions on one of the many thousands of IRC channels, on hundreds of IRC networks.
mIRC is a popular Internet Relay Chat client used by millions of people, and thousands of organizations, to communicate, share, play and work with each other on IRC networks around the world. Serving the Internet community for over a decade, mIRC has evolved into a powerful, reliable and fun piece of technology. You can learn about mIRC here.
The interface is very friendly and intuitive, which makes the program accessible to all user categories. The steps you are required to complete in order to connect yourself are the following: enter a nickname, an alternative (in case your nickname is already taken), an optional name and e-mail, and select the server you prefer.
After you have successfully connected to a server (it may require several attempts), you can join a channel (either a predefined one from the Favorites window, or a new one), and start chatting with people. There’s no limit to the number of channels you can use.
If you are new to this environment, a glance at the help file is recommended. For example, you can manually write commands in the server window to reveal details of a user, find out how many people are on a channel, set a status, change nickname, and many others.
In addition, mIRC features support for file transfers, the IPv6 protocol, message logging and proxy settings. You can customize sounds and notifications, as well as spoken messages.
All in all, mIRC is a secure and reliable way to communicate with people all around the world. The built-in scripting language allows you to automate mIRC operations.
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