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If you are looking for Ares, you have come to the right place. We explain what Ares is and point you to the official download.

What is Ares?

Ares is a free peer to peer (P2P) file-sharing program in the likes of giants of yesteryears, such as Kazaa and Limewire, and although it was nearly as old as these venerable pioneers Ares was never as well received. First developed and published in 2002, Ares has become one of the leading P2P software in the market, and its main advantage is that while other P2P clients are closed and proprietary, Ares is open source and its source code can be viewed b y just about anyone. This allows users and fans to improve on its existing software architecture, and even troubleshoot bugs. Such new versions possible only by the participation of its community is the recent support for the BitTorrent protocol, Shoutcast radio stations, and even chat with other members of the community in real time.

Ares has been plagued by bad controversy, since there have been a lot of “Ares clones” that are not affiliated with the project and are merely adware and malware using the Ares name. The developers of Ares and its community are therefore vigilant in telling people to download the program only from the main website of Ares to avoid this inconveniences.

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File types supported by Ares

Our users primarily use Ares to open these file types:

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About file types supported by Ares

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Last updated: : March 8, 2012