DSLReports DC FAQ gets updated

The popular Direct Connect FAQ at DSLReports existed and served as a primary source of DC related information and howto’s for a long time. However, some parts of it has become really outdated over the years, but now we can annouce that the complete FAQ list has been updated in the recent weeks.

Dead links and pages about depreciated features are corrected, the related DC++ changelog entries updated, so the currently existing pages should have correct and recent information about DC++ and the whole DC network. Of course the whole FAQ could be improved with new questions and answers but that’s another story…

People now can visit the site and if anything you think is missing or not correct, you can leave feedback on the bottom of every FAQ page. Any corrections or suggestions welcomed…

About emtee
I started to use DC using DC++ in 2003 when its version number was around 0.261. Since then I've been amazed by the DC network: a professional but still easy-to-use way of P2P file sharing. I was invited to the DC++ development team in 2006 where - in the beginning - I had been doing user support and testing only. A few years later I started to add small contributions to the DC++ code as well so these days I do mostly bug fixes, testing and improvements as well as I take part of the improvement of the documentation for both DC++ and ADCH++. I translated the whole DC++ help file to my native language (Hungarian) and currently maintaining the whole HU locale stuff for DC++. My ultimate goal is to help making the DC network as more user friendly as possible.

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