Grabit is an solid Usenet newsreader that is dedicated to downloading binary content. It is a good, free newsreader that will be of interest to all Usenet newbies. Grabit has large and simple buttons for most basic functions but what really sets Grabit apart is its handling of binary files.
Grabit is FREE for normal use and while grabit is not designed for Usenet discussion it can serve very well as Â a tool for downloading binaries from Usenet.
While the program itself is free, GrabIt offers a paid subscription service which allows you to search articles quickly. Note: you do NOT have to use this service its optional.
Grabit supports .nzb files and automates the process. Just give Grabit an nzb file and it will download , decode, repair and extract the file
Grabit is windows only – 32 bit Â version.
Usenet veterans may prefer a more nitty-gritty (and probably more expensive) program, but GrabIt is good for basic, robust functionality.
GrabIt supports multiple servers, concurrent connections, and SSL. You can also adjust and tweak settings such as article cache size and error handling in the preferences window.