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Using NZBHydra2 To Combine Multiple Usenet Indexes

NZBHydra2 is an open-source program that allows you to combine Usenet indexes. You can search all your indexes from one place and use it as an indexer source for tools like Sonarr. NZBHydra2 requires Java Runtime Environment or OpenJDK. Major features: Searches Anizb, BinSearch, NZBIndex and any newznab compatible indexers Merges all results, filters them …

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Some Usenet Speeds Tests

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I tested some Usenet download speeds running SAbNZBd 2.3.6 (beta) on Elementary OS. My computer is located in on the East Coast of the US. These are the maximum speeds I get with a wired 110 MB/s connection:

Take Your Media Offline (For Control and Convenience)

I suggest downloading all you media and storing it offline. You will then be less reliant WiFi and cell phone data transfers. For example can store all your media pCloud (details here). This privacy-friendly service supports playlists and media playback in general. You can mark media for offline use, and play them back without an …

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How To Use A Disposable Email Address (For Signing Up To New Services)

These days, many companies ask for your email address. Often you end up with spam in your inbox, or, worse still your email is sold to various other mailing lists. It makes sense to use a disposable email address, at least until you trust a company enough to give them your real address. I recommend …

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