You may download files with a Public release license, files you have paid for, your own files and files explicitally allowed to be downloaded.
To download any other files will be considered intellectual property piracy.
1. New Girl by Maxx D
2. LOADS OF OTHER AWESOME SONGS!
3. Dude you can have a most downloaded song, but it's impossible to tell which is as no one has the records of it, apart from the people who post them, which are normally VERY rich record company's, this is like asking, how many webpages are attached to Google, no one knows!
Very good and very bad, but there is a chance that you could get caught and go into jail, so don't try it.
File Sharing networks are not all illegal. Many companys use File Sharing to get stuff to there employees easier. When people use them to give other people music on the internet without paying than it is illegal.
By default, all music downloaded using LimeWire should have been transferred into a playlist labeled 'LimeWire' in your iTunes library. Simply drag and drop this playlist into a folder on your hard-drive.
go to start and my recent documents and it should be there
Go to Computer DOUBlE click ur Eclipse drive drag and drop music. done. simple. you owe me one. bye.
Running he program shouldn't. If you download a virus or any other malware, then yes, it can hurt your computer.
It's available on OS X, yes.
Yes, if you are using limewire to infringe on someones' copyright by distributing protected material.
Although criminal prosecutions for copyright infringement are rare (it's usually a civil case), there are provisions in copyright law that allow for jail terms as long as 10 years for "willful and deliberate" infringement.
It can be but you have to be careful.. I would go to SiteAdvisor from McAffee (i don't know how to spell that sorry) and make sure it has no viruses or spam.. because then it's probably illegal. Lime Wire is safe I checked it, plus I have it.
Yes. However, to use it, you would have to make sure that the computer you want to run it on has Java installed.
You can open iTunes and Limewire at he same time and drag the songs from your Limewire to the iTunes. OR You can open iTunes, select 'File' then select 'Add Folder [or File] to Library' and your computer files will pop up. You then select your Limewire 'Saved' file and there will be a pop-up showing that it is copying your files.
You can get sued by the owner. If they let you off your are LUCKY!
It would be tough to answer this as it would be opinionated and not really a stated fact. I can tell you School and/or Certifications are variables in this and it is different for every job within the IT field.
Yes downloading copyrighted music is generally considered illegial because it is being 'distributed' In Canada it's not illegal. Using softwares like Limewire to download songs is illegal no matter which country unless or otherwise the music not copyrighted. What music is NOT copyrighted????????
Just connect you'r iPod to computer/laptop via the USB cable and then click on the little sign that's shows the name and type of you'r iPod and then there should be a button that says "sync", click that and then wait for it to finish it
connect your iPod and open iTunes. control-click or right click on the iPod and select Transfer Purchases. note that this will only work with your purchased music. to get all of your music and other media transfered, back up iTunes to CD, or copy the files to an external hard drive, then connect the drive or insert the cd. copy the files from the drive to your iTunes music folder, then open iTunes and add them to your library. if you used a CD, insert it then open iTunes. a dialog should appear and you click Restore From this Backup. if that doesn't happen, follow the same steps used for the external hard drive.
You can delete Frostwire by going to Control Panel, then add or remove program, find Frostwire, and click remove.
i dont know go get a job!
go to school, do something you potato sack!
but dont do drugs!
If your mp3 player came with a disc, put the disc into the disc slot in your computer and follow the installation instructions. If it came with simply a plug, plug it in to the computer (if it's a USB plug, it should be pretty easy to find) and drag your mp3 files to its icon. With a macintosh, it should simply show up in the Finder or desktop, with windows go to the start menu and click "My Computer" The bar that shows up at the top of the window should be able to open down and display your mp3 player. click that and drag mp3 files to it.
Peer-to-peer is a type of network design where all devices support roughly equivalent capabilities.
Peer-to-peer networking (also known simply as peer networking) is in contrast to client/server networking, where certain devices have responsibility for providing or
"serving" network information and other devices consume or
otherwise act as "clients" of those servers.
I really cannot answer that because my mom does it for me. Limewire is junk and most of their songs are illegally copyrighted. I suggest Rhapsody or iTunes. I have a few problems with iTunes but it's better than Limewire, trust me!