Usenet Great Source of Information
Many times, we are in search of documents in the internet. We normally use Google in anticipation that we could found everything in Google, but what we can found is just some sites that is promising free downloads but in reality it is just a marketing strategy to scam the searchers. I would like to introduce a Usenet which was founded since 1979.
Here is a brief history of Usenet;
The Usenet was brought to life at the University of North Carolina in 1979. Three IT-Students, Tom Truscott, Steve Bellovin and Jim Ellis connected two Unix-servers and thus created the Usenet as an alternative to the Arpanet, run by the US Army and scientific institutes. In the next 30 years Arpanet became the highly popular Internet and replaced Usenet as the dominant network. But the Usenet still exists in its exact same shape and is now offering a unique powerful access to a huge archive of uncensored information and files.
Usenet could be access with a systemize software as provided by Usenet.nl. The over 2,500 terabytes of data, which are now resting on Usenet database can be easily access through the use of Usenet.nl. See the figure below:
Usenet.nl supports Windows & Mac OS X, so no worries since it works in any computers. Friendly support representatives are also available – 24 hours a day, 7 day a week.
Of course nowadays a good service needs to be paid. But the best thing is that a user could first try the service before being charge. Interested User could register through: usenet download
Usenet.nl offers 14 days of free access to Usenet* with a download volume of more than 300 GB. The test package includes:
- 5 GB high-speed download volume
- Unlimited download with up to 2,000 kbit/s (more than 300 GB in two weeks)
- Free newsreader software: integrated search function, preview and 1-click download
- Connection to 8 server farms with up to 16 simultaneous connections
The package shall include the following:
- High-speed volume/month unlimited speed= 35 GB
- Flatrate volume/month with Speed: up to 2000 kbit/s – Upto 600 GB
- Total download volume per month = 635 GB
- Free Newsreader Software
Disclaimer: This post is made possible by Usenet.nl