Beginner's Guide to P2P
Does it seem like everyone else except you is downloading or swapping files using peer-to-peer applications? Do you wish you could do so yourself? If the answer to this question is yes, then you should definitely have a look at some serious sources evaluating what is currently available to you before hitting the web in search of random P2P software. There are a lot of crappy, spyware infested ones out there, so you really have to be extra careful when dealing with those. There is an interesting article on Denguru's website that is reviewing some of the top current P2P applications, so head over there and read everything there is to read on the subject before making the decision of using what suspicious websites are claiming to be the "latest and the greatest" in the P2P world.
Unless you have been living under a rock for the last decade you've probably used or heard of some type of P2P (peer to peer) application. Ever since the dawn and decline of Napster, people have been looking for better ways to download and share not only music, but also video, gaming and other digital files.