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

What is FlylinkDC++?

FlylinkDC++ is a P2P file-sharing client for Windows computers, capable of working on both 32-bit and 64-bit editions of the operating system. It can use both the Direct Connect and Advanced Direct Connect (often referred to as ADC) protocols and is available for free, having been licensed under the GNU public license.

The program has integrated DC++ portals and is able to create exclusive installations for users’ networks. It has some file-specific features, such as the ability to supply bitrate value data when the file being shared is an MP3 or audio file, so that users can gauge the quality of the object. It also records all files’ hashing times—this is important when users need to find the freshest files, as they will then only need to check the hash.

SQLite is packed into the program by default. It also has inbuilt support for a chatbot, along with security measures protecting against spam. It can support national domains, features an auto-updating function, has support for myriad media players (including WMP, WinAmp, and iTunes), and can detect automatically whether or not it conflicts with other programs on the user’s computer.

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File types supported by FlylinkDC++

Our users primarily use FlylinkDC++ to open these file types:

About file types supported by FlylinkDC++

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Last updated: : December 14, 2014