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NeoModus Direct Connect
NeoModus Direct Connect is a community-driven type of network and client. Chat capabilites are a central part of the client, and the users of the client exert a direct management of the network and the files they share. Users often create smaller, specialized hubs catering to particular user groups or types of files, and these hubs are generally much smaller that other types of file-sharing networks.
NeoModus Direct Connect has inspired the creation of open-source versions of the client, such as DC++, a client written in C++. DC++ itself has several specialized spin-off open-source versions as well, such as BCDC++ and CZDC++, which are refined with features particular to user groups, such as filters, language packs, and search capabilities.
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