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File Rogue, Inc.

File Rogue, Inc. is the developer of File Rogue, a Java based Peer-To-Peer file sharing client application and service for Windows, Macintosh or Linux. File Rogue users must create an account for themselves (free) and then create a "Personal Catalogue" of files. The list is uploaded to the "Global Catalogue" on the File Rogue Server. At launch time, the user may perform searches of the catalog of shared files or browse through categories. Instant messaging service is also available. Users are required to download and install the Java Runtime Environment (JRE), which requires about 13Mb of memory, in addition to that required by the client.

Date Listed: 01/31/2001

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