Fopnu is a full-featured, decentralized, P2P file-sharing app. It has absolutely NO spyware or adware, and is easy to install and use. Files can be quickly shared in the library, and you can search the library of many other users with one click.
Version: 1.33Fopnu is a full-featured, decentralized, P2P file-sharing app. It has absolutely NO spyware or adware, and is easy to install and use.
Operating System: Windows
Files can be quickly shared in the library, and you can search the library of many other users with one click.
Fopnu uses a next-generation pure UDP protocol which delivers rapid downloads and smooth operation.
This software was made by the same team that created the famous WinMX and Tixati, and is the current state-of-the-art in P2P file-sharing networks.
Version 1.33: Version 1.33 has better contact location tracking, new user-ignore system, and several other improvements throughout the program.
Version 1.31: Faster download speeds and several improvements in the GUI to make it display better on 4K monitors.
Version 1.29: Several new upload options, greatly improved Unicode text rendering in chat rooms and private messages, and several other minor improvements throughout the program.
Version 1.28: Supports file and folder URL linking, better chat room display, and several other major updates throughout the program.
Version 1.25: Several major improvements throughout the program, including custom event notifications via the tray menu and/or sounds. Also a new share-groups feature has been introduced, that allows you to share files and folders with only selected contacts or chat-room members.
Version 1.19: Chat rooms have been overhauled and now offer full password protection, rendering of color markup, and several other new privacy and security options. Many other refinements and improvements to the file transfer protocols have been made, as well as numerous refinements in the GUI.
Version 1.15: Many bug-fixes and improvements have been made throughout the program. The library has had major upgrades, and the download rate-control and throttling algorithms have been greatly improved.