Newshosting Announces The Release Of New Client Version

October 20, 2011

Today Newshosting, one of our biggest Usenet providers announced the release of their new client version, 1.1.0. We have been eagerly awaiting the release of this new version for several reasons, among them being their new SafeSearch feature.

If you don’t know it yet, Newshosting offers a 14 day free trial that you can use to try out their new reader version. Or if you prefer, you can get unlimited Usenet access with the latest in SSL encryption along with the newsreader’s new version 1.1.0 for just $9.99 per month, or just under $100 per year.

There has been so many good comments about the old version of the newsreader that we cannot list all the positives, but the updated version will surely enhance the users experience much more. Here are a few of the feature highlights of the new version:

  • SafeSearch “ This will filter out all the pornography from your searches. It removes the content from the images, file groups and search results.Thei feature can be turned on and off easily from inside the browser.
  • Dates/Groups in the downloads folder. Configurable sub-folder will be created in the download folder now.
  • Option to minimize to tray.

Those are the new features that caught our discerning eye, here are some of the features that have always been there:

  • Pre-configured client, no work necessary.
  • The fastest file searches.
  • File previews, and auto thumbnails.
  • Group sorting by file type available.
  • Text and Binary support.
  • Posting to groups from inside the client supported.
  • Automatically unpacks your downloads, also repairs.

You can find out more about Usenet access and Newshosting in our Newshosting review page. Existing customers can obtain a new client installation from within their client, or from the control panel on Newshosting.  Also check out our list of the best newsreader clients here.

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