Napster
Old Version of Napster 2.0 Beta 10.4
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Napster 2.0 Beta 10.4
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 98, ME, 2000, NT, ME
License
Freeware

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System Requirements of Napster 2.0 Beta 10.4
  • Windows 95
  • Windows 98
  • Windows NT
  • Windows ME
  • Windows 2000
Program Information of Napster 2.0 Beta 10.4
Version Name:
Napster 2.0 Beta 10.4

File Size:
1 MB

MD5 Checksum:
ba2757e328b83ece3781f5706a85ba22

SHA1 Checksum:
73F0B288C7D209B6E096A24CFC4CC52737E39DF1

Version History of Napster 2.0 Beta 10.4
  • We've upgraded our file identification technology to more accurately identify files and improve your Napster experience.
  • Add a minus sign before a search term to exclude that term from your search results.
  • Many minor bugs…

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About Napster

With the help of his uncle and friends, Napster was founded in 1999 as a peer-to-peer music file sharing service by 18-year-old Shawn Fanning. Napster did not store the music itself in its servers, but provided an index to files in other people's computers. More than 60 million users took advantage of the service, and it quickly became one of the most controversial ventures on the Web, because much of the music being shared was copyrighted material.

The music industry sued the company, claiming losses of millions in royalties. Napster lost the case in 2000 and was about to be shut down, except for a last minute stay from the Circuit Court of Appeals. Subsequently, Napster and Bertelsmann, parent of BMG music, agreed to partner so that Napster could be developed into a paid subscription service that would monitor transfers and pay royalties to the copyright holders.


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Did You Know?

Napster is a search engine that allows you to find and download MP3 audio files. It eliminates the problems of conventional FTP transfers by using cutting-edge technology to ensure the completion of each MP3 download. When searching online for songs, you can specify the minimum server ping (response) times, as well as MP3 bitrates and frequency.