Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Demgel, Aug 11, 2009.
I search french version, I see it will be available on 14th August, but I don't find.
It'll be available tonight 7pm or 19h00 (in France GMT+1)
Hello my friends,
I'm searching the RTM finale FR ISO x64 too !
I hope that a person will be nice to upload in a fast server ( dl.free.fr , or other.. )
Thanks a lot
dl.Free.Fr is fast for free subscriber !
So release will be upload with torrent !
No pblm man
You're right !
We need to find man who have an msdn account now !!
It's not me who choose bittorent, it'll be the uploader himself
China4Ever have a MSDN account, but release will be out tonight 19h00 or 7 pm !
Just wait tonight !
I will miroring it on other servers when i get it
And why not on Rapidshare or Usenet ?
I'm sure it will get there too, pretty fast...
For my part, I prefer torrent because it is a much easier approach, since you can leave it unattended, while downloading multiple parts force you to stay all evening in front of your computer, clicking and downloading parts one by one.
Rapidshare is not so fast, and we need to reboot the router in order ta release a new IP...
Link on Rapidshare can be deleted quickly. If only one file is missing you can't extract anything and you need to wait for a re-upload.
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Torrent is the best way to share isos
Rapidshare is good if you have an account and use Jdownloader (like me ). If you use free access, in effect it's a real pain to download
For me the easiest way is usenet, juste one click to open nzb file, download on my 30 mbits line in less than 20 minutes for a full dvd , auto extract via Newsleecher and done
I repeat, Torrent is the best way to share isos
Everyone participate to share the iso, no wait the uploade finish the upload, long lifetime...
That's true, everyone can use torrents, but not everyone can download from RS, MU or usenet.
I also have an usenet access and would love to see it their, but torrents are better for everyone.
- Newsgroup is very good yes, but only for the uses which can access it
- Torrent is very good, but some ISP in france bloke-it (case for me )
- Other servers like zshare are good
I totally agree there... However, I found it to be a real pain the first and only time I created a .torrent
It was a 6-7 gb torrent, and I had to upload about 30-35 gb before having a few (maybe 2-3) other seeds beside me.
At least, I can be proud to say that my torrent eventually became the most popular among those with similar content, even though it was one of the latest
If only ISP would stop slowing down P2P users... It's agaist net neutrality, and P2P isn't used exclusively for pirated content!
If only it was working full proof...
Here in Canada, Bell is really good at slowing down some traffic, even with encryption and all... I don't know what they use, or if they just "assume" that it's P2P, but they make it a real pain in the ass... They are being brought to justice too, by other ISP, for being anti-concurrential (they resell to smaller ISP).