Size:   14.35MB

License:   Ad-Supported


Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2017-10-31

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OS:  Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10

Downloads:   59891

Popularity:   Popularity:1/10



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Software Product Description

Discover, watch, publish and distribute your original media content on Vuze.

Vuze (formerly Azureus) is an online entertainment platform that allows you to watch, publish and share original DVD & HD quality video. You can discover high-quality entertainment by browsing through channels and categories containing thousands of TV shows, music videos, movies, video games and more. And if you'd like to publish your original content, you can monetize it the way you want and maintain complete control and flexibility.


  • Search for torrents beyond Vuze straight from the client
  • Discover high quality, maverick content on the Vuze network
  • Download quickly and efficiently with intelligent bandwidth, queue and speed management
  • Download and stream high-quality content fro the Vuze Network
  • Easily share torrents with Vuze "Friends" feature
  • Share bandwidth with "Friends" to get a "Friend Boost" and download faster
  • Share video with friends via email
  • Rate and comment functionality
  • Vuze embedded video player
  • Fullscreen functionality
  • Ability to post video to social sites via magnet links
  • Browse content by category or channel
  • Watch videos as they are downloading
  • Automate downloads on recurring content with RSS feeds

Requires Java Runtime Environment. Get It Here.

Note from FreewareFiles about this ad-ware:

  • The program offers the Vuze toolbar which does not have to be installed to use the software.
  • The program offers 3rd party software which can be declined.


"Agree with -gg"

Reviewer: -Jeff C.

Review Date: 2014-12-21

Pros: none

Cons: What is it? I agree with gg, it is some kind of Unix garbage. It contains 9,671 files for 36 MB (most of the files are .class modules)!? What can be that complex? I couldn't even find a 'setup' file !? I removed it. Why do I need torrent; I get 40 Mb/s download speed on my system?

Other Thoughts: None


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