In this category we take many things into account. Among them are the retention searchable, (how far back you can search, in days,) speed of search, library size, filters and functions, and ease of use. There are also a lot factors considered subjective, because no two peoples’ personal preferences are alike. And, (perhaps because of these subjective preferences,) our Voting Staff came up with a three-way tie, and no matter what we did, it couldn’t be resolved. So the teams at nzb.su, nzbx.co, and usenet-crawler.com should stand up and take a bow, you have all done a great job.
The last year has seen some really great NZB search indexes go down. But, at UsenetReviewz we held that for every NZB index that was taken off-line, there would be at least one, or two to jump in and try to fill in for the loss. Here’s a little bit about each of the search indexes, just to explain a little about our dilemma…
So, as you can see, we really had a long day when we discussed this award. Even though Nzb.su is by invitation only, the comprehensiveness and depth of this index gets them in here. But they better be careful. Nzbx.co and usenet-crawler.com may be up-starts, but they are coming on fast in their attempt to dominate this area of Usenet.
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