eMule Acceleration Tool For Windows 10 Crack supports eMule for all versions from 1.2 up to the current version 1.6.4. It enables the user to get the files they want (up to 100 times faster) by setting several configurations for the accelerators, such as timeout, enable ping, bandwidth, and more. These configurations are displayed in a simple graphical user interface. eMule Acceleration Tool was created using Delphi XE2 and tested with eMule 126.96.36.199. System requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 - 32 bit Delphi XE2 - 64 bit .NET Framework 4 or later www.emuleacceleration.com Allthough I only used it for 10 minutes to give my eMule a little bit of a boost, the results were really stunning. The whole process does not take much more than two seconds, and the feedback is always updated with the download rate. This tool can save your ass, and I can easily recommend it to all of you who are running Delphi XE2 and want to speed up their eMule experience. 7/7 Amazing speed Super easy to use Response time is phenomenal Simple, intuitive GUI My friend and I both used the tool, on two different computers. On our home computers we ran it, and it was already 50% faster. On my friend’s computer it was way beyond a 50% boost. I would definitely recommend this to all eMule users. 4/5 It pretty much works! Having tried it for around an hour or two, I got it to speed up my download rates by quite a bit. The interface is really easy to work with. It really can greatly speed up your downloads when they are very slow. Though the speed boost is not as great on Windows 7, it’s still a very good investment. 3/5 Neutral I have a fairly fast broadband connection but it didn’t seem to make much difference. I’m not sure if it worked or not because I haven’t tested it for long enough yet. 4/5 A decent download accelerator. It allowed me to save a little bit of money by using my internet connection to download more than I normally would. On average, I was able to a5204a7ec7
eMule Acceleration Tool is an efficient application to accelerate downloads on eMule.The application can be executed from the start of the eMule server which can be determined by a button at the bottom left of the interface. The application has a user-friendly interface with a few easy-to-handle buttons and drop-down menus, making it an ideal application to get a further speed boost on your downloads. In addition to this, the application runs in the background of the operating system for constant monitoring of your online activity. The application can also be run from the start of the application with a click of the button in the start menu. The application has been developed to work with BitTorrent protocols and Mac OS 10.4 Tiger, 10.5 Leopard and 10.6 Snow Leopard. eMule Acceleration Tool uses the most efficient algorithms on the market, being useful for eMule and other BitTorrent clients. Acceleration is based on sending additional data packets to the client. These data packets have a lower overhead than regular data packets. It is required to have already installed the Advanced Custom Settings from Advanced Configuration and Control panel, which has to be enabled under “network settings” (Advanced). A saving of 3% in bandwidth can be achieved by using this application. Downloads speeds are at their fastest with this application. It is worthy to mention that this application does not require any eMule server to be installed. This is a free application, however, there are some in-app ads. System Requirements PC OS Windows ME/98/2000/XP/Vista Mac OS Mac OS 10.4 Tiger 10.5 Leopard 10.6 Snow Leopard CPU Dual core or more RAM 3 GB or more Network Speed Very good (broadband speeds up to 12 MB/s) Good (broadband speeds up to 3 MB/s) Good (broadband speeds up to 1 MB/s) Computer Memory 2 GB RAM or more Compatibility BitTorrent is a peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing protocol, which is commonly used to share files, especially large ones, in a network. It was originally developed by the BitTorrent group in Sweden. It is a patent pending protocol as of the v5.0 release, which was released in June 2005.