Old Version of FrostWire for Windows 8.1
Latest Version
FrostWire 6.0.5
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8
First Release
07 February, 2005 (16 years ago )
Latest Release
02 February, 2015 (6 years ago )

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Released Date
02 February, 2015
(6 years ago)
22.45 MB
18 January, 2015
(6 years ago)
22.44 MB
18 November, 2014
(6 years ago)
21.16 MB
11 November, 2014
(6 years ago)
21.3 MB
03 October, 2014
(6 years ago)
23.11 MB
25 August, 2014
(6 years ago)
22.97 MB
12 August, 2014
(6 years ago)
23.4 MB
27 June, 2014
(6 years ago)
20.83 MB
23 May, 2014
(7 years ago)
20.9 MB
11 April, 2014
(7 years ago)
20.81 MB
FrostWire Screenshots
FrostWire 5.3.6 version lets you share your creations with millions of people right from your computer, absolutely free. More
FrostWire 5.3.6 is written in Java, and is a fork of LimeWire, another popular gnutella client from which it was originally born. More
FrostWire 5.3.6 is a peer-to-peer file sharing program for the gnutella and BitTorrent protocols. More
About FrostWire

FrostWire is an open-source peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing program. It uses the Gnutella network and is heavily based on the better-known LimeWire program. It also recently included BitTorrent support.

The project was started in September 2005 by members of the LimeWire open-source community, after LimeWires distributor considered placing blocking code which it was developing in response to RIAA pressure and the threat of legal action in light of the U.S. Supreme Courts decision in MGM Studios, Inc. v. Grokster, Ltd. When eventually activated, the code could block its users from sharing unlicensed files. FrostWire was first released in October 2005.

FrostWire Features

  • No content filters
  • FREE peer-to-peer application.
  • No commercial nags.
  • Included BitTorrent support
  • Just pure choice, provided to you at no cost.

Updates : FrostWire Updates

Did You Know?

While some people have experienced faster download times with FrostWire compared with its parent, others have not.