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Current Amount of Public Users: 301528
Current Amount of Available Data: 14002.38 TB
Latest Weekly Build: 2.205
Direct Connect™ 2.20!
    The people at Neo-Modus® would like to thank all the Direct Connect users for their wonderful efforts in bringing Direct Connect to Top! We would like to display our thanks by offering a great new version of our software with more than 100 features requested by users like you.

    It’s been great, and we have a wonderful future ahead of us!

     Tired of other file-sharing communities such as KaZaA, Gnutella, and WinMX? Tired of Napster Clones in general? Looking for something new? Get ready to change the way you think about peer-to-peer file-sharing. Neo-Modus®' Direct Connect™ offers a complete set of tools to locate any type of media.

    Unlike other impersonal, server-driven file-sharing networks, Direct Connect offers a community-oriented, open, user-controlled network. Moreover, Direct Connect's network architecture is built on a peer-to-peer foundation; users run, control, and maintain the network. Users are able to share any type of file - absolutely no restrictions. These files are easily viewed through a familiar organized windows-explorer interface. To conveniently access the plethora of files, advanced searching capabilities and filters are provided. All of these features are integrated into Direct Connect's unique communal file-sharing system.

    Continue to the Download section, download the client, then check out our Getting Started section to start using Direct Connect right away! Soon you will be at home in any of Direct Connect's Hubs and have access to MP3's, images, movies, games, and more! If we've left anything unresolved, visit the Help/F.A.Q. section. Have fun and enjoy Direct Connect!

        -- Jon Hess and the Direct Connect Community


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