Cabos is a file-sharing software program that is similar to the familiar versions of Limewire. It is featured on the Gnutella network and has DHT support as well as firewall to firewall and TLS encryption support. It was initially released in 2004 and worked on Windows 2000 or later and MAC OSX and later. It is available in 28 languages, and file size is about 8.1 MB. Basically, with the advent of streaming and other interfaces similar to iTunes, its nice to know that peer to peer file sharing is not dead. We all remember using a variety of file-sharing platforms before Itunes or Youtube. I can remember being plagued with the virus' and timing out errors. Enter Cabos. Cabos is a true and tried option for peer to peer file sharing, offering an extremely easy to use interface. Like many other predecessors, the software operates by typing a search term into the search box and selecting on the file you want to download. Once that file is selected, it will populate to the built-in file manager. A user can monitor that download from the user interface.
Additionally, when a user searches for a specific file, such as music, there is a great amount of pre-filled data such as artist name, genre, and much more. Cabos' greatest strength and its greatest weakness is its simplicity. It integrates well with Itunes, but at the same time, it does not have a built-in audio player. Its an extremely simple peer to peer download tool, and that's what it does. There are not many bells and whistles here, but its also a very fluid and clean operating software. Features are listed below, and it can be downloaded at the official Cabos website. This is a great idea for a novice, who may not be keen on very detailed information when it comes to file sharing. This is straight forward, simply plug in the data, search, click to download, and play the file in your best file player.
Very simple user interface that allows you to monitor downloads on a simple interface