WWW & Internet File Sharing Phex for Windows

Phex for Windows 3.2.6.106 for Windows

by Phex Development Team

Avg. Rating 4.0 (23 votes)

File Details

File Size 5.8 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,011
Publisher Phex Development Team
Homepage Phex
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Phex is a multi-plattform and spyware free gnutella client. All you need is a operation system that offers a Java Runtime Environment. It is completly free, open source and without spyware. It offers a research functionlity that will find new download candidates automaticly for you. You can even specify the search terms that are used for research. It will look for files that match the search terms and the file size of the download. Combined with the resume download feature across hosts, it offers you a very powerfull download engine.

Latest Reviews

tsimpoukis

tsimpoukis reviewed v3.0.2.100 on Jun 3, 2007

the program worths 5 but i give 4 because i don't like gnutella network.

Nikkie

Nikkie reviewed v2.8.4.93 on Apr 18, 2006

Cabos and Frostwire are java based and they are great porgrams . Java bashing seems to only happen with those who have crappy computers .. This thing runs fine on my pc .

The upgrade is pretty good . I like how i can add more connections .. Good program . I like it .

yusufjee

yusufjee reviewed v2.8.2.92 on Dec 8, 2005

If you dont mind java. Google for FROSTWIRE which is made by Limewire team and no paying for pro version crap. If JAVA is not your thing then ARES 1.8.8, soulseek and morpheus (with annoying ads but needed) are the best alternate. Phex is no no.

Stephen Bungert

Stephen Bungert reviewed v2.8.2.92 on Nov 22, 2005

To Nikkie,

No, it's time to get a new P2P app. If MS can't get people to upgrade so that they can use Vista, the makers of this app haven't a hope in hell off getting people to upgrade just so that a java app runs at a reasonable speed.

ghammer

ghammer reviewed v2.4.2.86 on Jun 27, 2005

No, java based apps suck 100% of the time on any machine.

Nikkie

Nikkie reviewed v2.1.4.80 Beta on May 27, 2005

java only sucks for people with s***ty computers . if java bothers your pc , its time to upgrade .

phex is a nice , clean and straight forward program . gnu is a decent network and i use it all of the time with cabos . limewire is ok but phex gives you more connections which means more sources etc.

limewire wants you to pay for a free service . its not worth it . i have even tried limewire pro and its crap .

this program needs a few big fixes and its ready to go . i get an error when i download a file that stopped . i delete the file and then try again but i get an error etc.

sfo

sfo reviewed v2.1.4.80 Beta on Feb 27, 2005

If you're gonna choose a Java client, I prefer LimeWire (and it has Firewall-to-firewall support as well). But Phex is an ok program

TuxmanXP

TuxmanXP reviewed v2.1.2.79 Beta on Sep 20, 2004

I like Gnutella, even though I don't like loading that stupid Java engine. Personally I'd prefer Shareaza...

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v2.0.0.76 on Aug 3, 2004

Java-based applications suck, and the Gnutella network sucks as well. That's two huge strikes against it.

davidtb

davidtb reviewed v0.9.5.67 Beta on Jun 11, 2004

Phex is a nice, clean, straight forward interface for the Gnutella Networks. It's easy to use and Defaultedly speedy as configured.
I like it as a P2P alternative.

db.

Avg. Rating 4.0 (23 votes)
Your Rating
tsimpoukis

tsimpoukis reviewed v3.0.2.100 on Jun 3, 2007

the program worths 5 but i give 4 because i don't like gnutella network.

Nikkie

Nikkie reviewed v2.8.4.93 on Apr 18, 2006

Cabos and Frostwire are java based and they are great porgrams . Java bashing seems to only happen with those who have crappy computers .. This thing runs fine on my pc .

The upgrade is pretty good . I like how i can add more connections .. Good program . I like it .

yusufjee

yusufjee reviewed v2.8.2.92 on Dec 8, 2005

If you dont mind java. Google for FROSTWIRE which is made by Limewire team and no paying for pro version crap. If JAVA is not your thing then ARES 1.8.8, soulseek and morpheus (with annoying ads but needed) are the best alternate. Phex is no no.

Stephen Bungert

Stephen Bungert reviewed v2.8.2.92 on Nov 22, 2005

To Nikkie,

No, it's time to get a new P2P app. If MS can't get people to upgrade so that they can use Vista, the makers of this app haven't a hope in hell off getting people to upgrade just so that a java app runs at a reasonable speed.

ghammer

ghammer reviewed v2.4.2.86 on Jun 27, 2005

No, java based apps suck 100% of the time on any machine.

Nikkie

Nikkie reviewed v2.1.4.80 Beta on May 27, 2005

java only sucks for people with s***ty computers . if java bothers your pc , its time to upgrade .

phex is a nice , clean and straight forward program . gnu is a decent network and i use it all of the time with cabos . limewire is ok but phex gives you more connections which means more sources etc.

limewire wants you to pay for a free service . its not worth it . i have even tried limewire pro and its crap .

this program needs a few big fixes and its ready to go . i get an error when i download a file that stopped . i delete the file and then try again but i get an error etc.

sfo

sfo reviewed v2.1.4.80 Beta on Feb 27, 2005

If you're gonna choose a Java client, I prefer LimeWire (and it has Firewall-to-firewall support as well). But Phex is an ok program

TuxmanXP

TuxmanXP reviewed v2.1.2.79 Beta on Sep 20, 2004

I like Gnutella, even though I don't like loading that stupid Java engine. Personally I'd prefer Shareaza...

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v2.0.0.76 on Aug 3, 2004

Java-based applications suck, and the Gnutella network sucks as well. That's two huge strikes against it.

davidtb

davidtb reviewed v0.9.5.67 Beta on Jun 11, 2004

Phex is a nice, clean, straight forward interface for the Gnutella Networks. It's easy to use and Defaultedly speedy as configured.
I like it as a P2P alternative.

db.

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