Monday, December 06, 2004


Slyck Forums: "Exeem is a new file-sharing application being developed by the folks at Exeem is a decentralized BitTorrent network that basically makes everyone a Tracker. Individuals will share Torrents, and seed shared files to the network. At this time, details and the full potential of this project are being kept very quiet. However it appears this P2P application will completely replace; no more web mirrors, no more bottle necks and no more slow downs.

Exeem will marry the best features of a decentralized network, the easy searchability of an indexing server and the swarming powers of the BitTorrent network into one program. Currently, the network is in beta testing and already has 5,000 users (the beta testing is closed.) Once this program goes public, its potential is enormous."

1 comment:

SmrtSkoso said...

I sure hope this eXeem will be opensource and available for Linux. And some people are reporting that it uses Internet Explorer. I hope they diable this and change to Firefox engine as I realy don't want to have security holes, spyware and viruses on my computer. And Firefox is much faster and more powerfull anyways.