Firefox Gets File-Sharing Extension

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A new Firefox extension has been debuted that incorporates peer-to-peer capabilities into the browser via a sidebar. AllPeers “combines the strength of Firefox and the efficiency of BitTorrent” to add media sharing to the long list of available extensions.

Created by British-American-Czech software developer Matthew Gertner, the AllPeers extension uses a taskpanel approach rather than a dialogue box.

“The heart of AllPeers is the Navigator, a sidebar that provides rapid access to all the information managed by AllPeers. Since AllPeers is by nature an extensible platform, the Navigator needs to be extensible as well. That’s why you see the buttons at the bottom for changing the view (“My Peers” and “My Media”),” reads the AllPeers website.

Screenshots of the new functionality can be found here.

Firefox Gets File-Sharing Extension
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  • Guest

    yep. buy another Desktop computer. now you have to do big job. you have to go every old computer shops ask them network cards in friendly mannar. attach them in to your computer and

    start—> Run–> cmd

    in command prompt type "ipconfig /all"

    you can see your mac address

    check each network card. may be you will find it. HA Ha

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