SABnzbd 0.7.6 Now Available

March 7, 2017

SABnzbd is a very popular newsreader, having surpassed 3 million downloads in 2011. The newsreader—which is among our preferred options—is now closing in on 5 million downloads and the new features that have just been added to it make it an even better deal. Of course, it’s free, so you can’t really beat the price. Here are some of the features that have been added in this newest SABnzbd release.

Bug Fixes

  • SABnzbd now prevents blocking the assembly of completed files, which was eating up CPU and memory
  • The speed issues related to IPv6 addresses have been fixed
  • SFV-base check issues have been fixed
  • The pre-checked job lists will no longer lose their attributes when they are changed during the check.
  • If there is a running version of SABnzbd, it will no longer check for a version, preventing multiple instances from running
  • Damaged base par2 files will no longer block downloading more par2 files
  • The evaluation of schedules at startup has been fixed

Some new features have been added, as well. They include:

  • SABnzbd will now handle par2-sets that were renamed after they were created by the poster
  • There is now recursive scanning when re-queuing downloaded NZB files

SABnzbd works on Windows, Mac and Linux machines, so anyone and everyone can download it and see what it has to offer.

Preferred Newsreaders

We have a list of preferred USENET newsreaders that you should take a look at if you’re looking for something new. The list includes newsreaders that are open source, proprietary and those that are included with some subscriptions, so be sure to check it out and see what’s available.

You’ll find SABnzbd on that list. Just as the new version of this newsreader demonstrates, SABnzbd is always being improved upon, is notable for its stability and offers a great choice to anyone who uses the USENET for binaries.

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