ShareGhost is one of the most technologically capable p2p file sharing application ever made. It was created with a focus on user-friendliness keeping at the same time all the range of useful features like multinetwork support, ghost ratings, and a queue area which users can entirely configure. ShareGhost offers exceptional support when it comes to p2p networks connection - Gnutella2, Gnutella, eDonkey, and BitTorrent.
Movies, music, games, books - any type of files will become much easier to find and download with ShareGhost. The program even offers an integrated media player to let you preview the downloaded files. While the download queue is managed automatically, the client lets you configure it manually. ShareGhost has one of the most well organized file-management system available in a file sharing program - it does a great job helping you to keep track and categorize any type of files on your hard drive. It also adds an IRC Chat Channel to keep in touch with your p2p pals.
From installation (which takes less than 30 seconds) up to searching for movies, music or other types of files and organizing your downloads and uploads, this p2p client offers the best features for this kind of software whether you are a newbie or an advanced user.
ShareGhost's interface is simply beautiful - no redundancy, no cluttering, only efficiency and good looks; it displys an upper and lower tool bar - the upper one handles network connections, views, tools and help documentation and through the secondary one you have access to Internal options such as Home, Library, Media player, Search, and Transfers.
December 29, 2014
Version: ShareGhost 3.7.0
Unable to use the software, so I have no opinions as to the programs pros.
Installer is stuffed full of installers for other software. While they leave you options to bypass them, this was not something I was wanting to see.
During the installation phase, my AVG anti-virus warned me that a virus was detected. > "Found MalSign.Generic.9E7" <
I had the anti-virus contained, which removed the executable from the installation folder, i.e. the software itself was infected.
My very limited experience leads me to not want to trust sites outside of Download.com for downloads, as this experience is not new. I recommend ShareGhost carefully check their software and have this site handle downloads for them.