LimeWire version 5.4.0 released for Snow Leopard



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LimeWire 5.4.0 Beta has been released for Snow Leopard. Regarded as the fastest P2P program on the planet earth, LimeWire brings with it new features along with a few bug fixes. One of the notable additions to LimeWire 5.4.0 is the ability to watch a video file within the application.


LimeWire 5.4.0 features

The notable features that LimeWire brings are provided below:

  • Inadvertent file sharing updates to ensure users understand what is shared.
  • Uploads and downloads appear in the transfer tray.
  • The transfer tray is automatically hidden by default when there aren’t any transfers.
  • Check downloads to see whether it is dangerous before previewing.
  • Hide some file types by default associated with spam.
  • Search suggestions based on files from Friends are stored in the database now, which reduces the memory footprint for large libraries of your friends.
  • Improvements in search suggestions from Friends based on what files they share with you.
  • Improvements in the way search results are sorted by relevance.
  • Displaying the LimeWire Store button only in locations where you can use the LimeWire Store.
  • File information/properties dialog box is redesigned.
  • Select a different language in the View drop down menu.
  • Update to the Options.
  • Add the LimeWire Home Screen and the LimeWire Store icon when using Snow Leopard and running in 32-bit mode.
  • Allows you to add folders to the Library or lists.
  • Title Options dialog box to ‘Preferences’.
  • Adds an option in the Preferences to associate LimeWire as the default application for all torrent files.
  • Add an OS X style dialog so you can select multiple files and folders at once.

Download LimeWire 5.4.0 for Snow Leopard

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  • I have no proof, but something in my gut says, “Please don't download this!”

    I'd say about 90% of Windows computers that I work on with LimeWire have viruses. Sure, the Mac is usually immune, but growing popularity (and programs like LimeWire) may start moving Apple products towards insecurity. Just a thought.

  • True that. But the end use has to use common sense, no matter which OS they have.

  • I have no proof, but something in my gut says, “Please don't download this!”

    I'd say about 90% of Windows computers that I work on with LimeWire have viruses. Sure, the Mac is usually immune, but growing popularity (and programs like LimeWire) may start moving Apple products towards insecurity. Just a thought.

  • True that. But the end use has to use common sense, no matter which OS they have.

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