How to access the new decentralized version of Archive.org

Archive.org is one of my favorite websites. It’s home to millions of free books, magazines, movies, software, music, games and websites, and you can spend hours there, discovering new (well, old), and amazing things. Archive.org has been around for many years, but there remains the danger that its content could get removed, or the site get taken down as a result of copyright claims, censorship, DDoS attacks, and the like. For that reason, Archive.org has created a decentralized -- or distributed -- version of its site. SEE ALSO: How to install Microsoft Windows Essentials tools -- including Movie Maker --… [Continue Reading] Continue reading at 'Betanews'

[ Betanews | 2018-08-09 00:00:00 UTC ]
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