Direct downloads are arguably one of the fastest, most secure, or at least private, way to download files today. People generally use filehosting and sharing sites like 2shared, 4shared, Bitshare, Filefactory, Netload and Filesmonster, amongst other filehosters, to download files to their computers from various, third-party websites. These types of files people download include movies or other videos, zip or rar archives, music, software, games and more. However, there is an alternative to traditional, slow downloads from filehosting sites, and this alternative can be exceptionally useful if you like to download a lot of files.
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Downloading TV shows, software and movies has become a worldwide pastime. Whether the files themselves are legal to share is subject to debate depending on the file and the downloaders’ location, but the fact remains that downloading media and applications online is a very popular hobby. When it comes to downloading popular media, such as TV shows and movies, though, there are two primary channels that you can use – torrents and direct-file downloads. The argument is as fresh today as it ever was, so here we hope to fairly compare both file-downloading options.