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Optimize and accelerate P2P file swapping speed with Iobit P2P Turbo

Any peer to peer (P2P) file swapping programs such as Limewire, Bitorrent, eMmule, Imesh etc usually require larger network resources. So their performance is normally very poor.

Here is a freeware, portable tool, P2P Turbo (currently beta), from Iobit which can optimize and accelerate your P2P speed. This program will thoroughly examine the system and P2P network environment for any bottlenecks slowing down your downloading.

It actively searches peers and seeds in more networks, automatically find the best settings for optimizing your P2P client to the hilt, and dramatically boost P2P connection speed.

The program Support most P2P Clients, including BitTorrent, Limwire, Imesh, orpheus, Ares Galaxy, Bitcomet, WarezP2P, DC++, eDonkey, eMule, BearShare, Kazaa, WinMX, Shareaza And supports various networking type from 56K modem to wireless network. Download P2P Turbo from Iobit.

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