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DeveloperJacek Sieka
LicenseGNU GPLv2 or later

DC++ is a free and open-source, peer-to-peer file-sharing client that can be used for connecting to the Direct Connect network or to the ADC protocol. It is developed primarily by Jacek Sieka, nicknamed arnetheduck. DC++ had around 90% market share of the Direct Connect community. DC++ is a free and open-source alternative to the original client, NeoModus Direct Connect (NMDC); it connects to the same file-sharing network and supports the same file-sharing protocol. One of the reasons commonly attributed to the aforementioned popularity of DC++ is that it has no adware of any kind, unlike NMDC. Many other clients exist for the Direct Connect network, and most of these are DC++ "mods": modified versions of DC++, based on DC++'s source code. A partial list of DC++ mods is given below. Some of these clients were developed for specialized communities (e.g. music-sharing communities), or in order to support specific experimental features, or perhaps features that have been rejected from inclusion in DC++ itself. An example of an experimental feature is hashing, which was initially implemented in BCDC++ and later adopted by DC++.

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Icon statusInvisible
Icon settingHidden when inactive
Executable fileC:\Program Files\ApexDC \ApexDC-x64.exe
Parent processC:\Windows\explorer.exe
Can be uninstalledYes
Size on disk5.2 Mb
Minimum recorded memory usage740 Kb
Average recorded memory usage35.2 Mb
Maximum recorded memory usage42 Mb
Date when maximum memory usage occured8/11/2013 12:19:04 AM
Minimum recorded CPU usage0%
Average recorded CPU usage1%
Maximum recorded CPU usage100%
Date when maximum CPU usage occured8/11/2013 12:30:00 AM
Started at8/11/2013 9:05:32 AM
Total CPU time 1 seconds
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