We have all heard about Rockettorrents before, the new super-peer to ruin people's online lives and the cause of many computer users' headaches. But have you heard of Rockettorrents? I wasn't aware of it until just recently when my friend tried it for some old music collections and discovered that it was far superior to the "old" software. As such, here is a quick review of this great program: Rockettorrents Review. Name Of Software: Rockettorrents Type of Site: Bittorrent-like website.
So basically, rockettorrents is another download manager/file manager application which supports (and actually uses) the "rockettorrents" format. To use this program, you need to download and install it onto your "roms" or PS3 discs, then connect your "roms" to your computer using a USB cable (which plugs into your computer's USB port, typically by means of a "hare cable"), and then access the program's main menu to activate it. It's then recommended that you select "select save all" to keep your work on your computer, then highlight the folder you want to keep it on, highlight the chosen file(s), and press "start". Once everything is finished, your selected files should be copied directly to your computer.
This is pretty much all there is to rockettorrents, although I have only listed the most important features here. If you'd like to know more, please check out my other articles on this subject, as they go into much greater depth than I could ever write! I am, however, very happy with this particular download manager/program/p2p software; it works perfectly well for me, and I highly recommend it to others looking for a simple yet effective way to get the movies and music they want onto their computers. Best of all, it's a very easy program to use, and I haven't had any problems with it... yet.