You can use this simple and user-friendly application to swiftly download and upload files of various types, through peer-to-peer connections.
- License :GPL
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Fredrik Ohlsson
AirDC++ is a complex and reliable piece of software which you can use to transfer files through peer-to-peer connections, enabling you to quickly locate and download a song, video or document that you might need straight from its source.
Following a fairly simple installation process during which you need to automatically or manually configure your connection, you can launch the application and begin working with it.
AirDC++ features a common interface for this type of programs, with no particular characteristics to speak of. It makes use of a toolbar to provide you with quick access to the main functions of the tool, while also organizing the various windows you open into tabs, so you can quickly switch between them.
Connect, find and download
It comes with a few pre-existing public hub lists, but you also have the option of adding your own, just by pressing the ‘Configure’ button and inputting the URL address for your hubs’ list.
Moreover, AirDC++ features a comprehensive ‘Search’ function that helps you focus precisely on what you wish to find, by selecting the targeted size, the file type and the maximum age in days, weeks, months or years. Additionally, you can create a list of excluded words to eliminate certain items from the list of retrieved results.
The utility allows you to view the currently connected users and even carry out conversations with them, or mark specific ones as ‘Favorite’, if you enjoy the files you can download from them or if you simply want to keep an eye on their activity. AirDC++ lets you create ‘Download’ and ‘Upload’ queues, thus enabling you to transfer multiple items at the same time.
Handy data transfer tool
To summarize, AirDC++ is a comprehensive yet not that spectacular file sharing instrument which allows you to access various public or private hubs and transfer data through peer-to-peer connections.