My first introduction to peer-to-peer file sharing was with something called Limewire. The combination of an incredibly fast 56 kbps dial-up connection and a Pentium III PC with less RAM than most smartphones today, made the process of downloading content friggin impossible, unless you were me. I used Limewire to create a collection of 500GB of music over the years, transitioning to broadband Internet over time. This was accompanied by about 200GB of movies, some e-books and a 5GB collection, meant only for setup files for various software.
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