Tutorial: How to Download Files from Usenet Found on BiNZB?

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Tutorial: How to Download Files from Usenet Found on BiNZB?

Dear visitors, we would like to thank you first that you use our Usenet search engine to find files. If you are not new to Usenet, then you surely have no problem in understanding what our site does and how it works. For all Usenet beginners or people, who come to BiNZB from external search engines and have no clue what NZB file is and how it work - here is a small tutorial.

BiNZB indexes Usenet network only! We have nothing to do with Bittorrent, File-hosting services or any other Peer-2-Peer networks. We index binary newsgroups for posted articles and create an index of NZB files. Similar to Bittorrent, where you need a .torrent file for your client to download real content, you require .nzb file to transfer files from Usenet to your computer. 

To download files from Usenet you would need two things: a search engine to find and download NZB files (this is what BiNZB does) and a Newsreader (if the client has integrated NNTP access then nothing needed, if not then you have to buy an NNTP account to access the Usenet network). If you are new to Usenet, then checkout our list of Top 5 Newsreaders and choose the one with already integrated access to make faster start.

When Newsreader is configured and installed, you only need to save .nzb files to your computer and open them with the client to start download. 

We will think about giving step-by-step solution to download files on the NZB pages directly. But we would like to stay independent and not affiliate any single Usenet provider as many sites do.

You are welcome to comment our articles and NZB files to leave your feedback! 


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