Usenet News "readers", also called "user agents". These are software packages that read and/or post to Usenet news servers.
Freeware newsreader for Windows 3.x/9x/NT that "should" also work in Win2K, XP, OS/2. Built to support simultaneous use of multiple servers.
Information about the NoCeM protocol in general, including a listing of news clients which understand NoCeM, a protocol for reducing spam and other undesired Usenet articles.
A newsreader designed for browsing encoded pictures in newsgroups. It allows you to see previews of images before they're downloaded. Available for Mac and Windows.
Certain minimal standards for writing and evaluating Usenet software that conforms to netiquette. Ratings of newsreaders and of a few web-based ways to gain access to newsgroups.
Open source client that allows users to download files from news servers using NZB files; written in Java. Screenshots and a tutorial are provided.
Presents this Java based, freeware client for uploading binary files; includes a support forum.
Open source offline and online newsreader for the Amiga.
Open-source offline and online newsreader for MorphOS.
Explanation of Usenet and list of newsreaders and other Usenet-related software. Directory of newsreader software sorted by operating system with brief descriptions and links to official download sites.
A menu based netnews reader for Unix. (Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD, NetBSD, Mac OS X, HP-UX)
Free and open source news grabber for binary newsgroups. Versions for Windows, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux are available.
Command-line based binary newsgrabber for NZB files, written in C++. Supports client/server mode and automatic par check and repair.
Open source newsreader designed for both text and binary newsgroups. It supports offline reading, scoring, killfiles, and multiserver access. For Unix-like operating systems and Windows.
Open source, NZB capable binary newsgrabber written in Python, server-oriented using a web-interface. The active successor of the abandoned SABnzbd project.
Threaded, text based, open source newsreader for Unix, VMS, OS/2, and Win32 systems. Highly customizable. Allows to redefine keys and to write custom macros. Full support for scoring articles, complex filters and killfiles.
Text-mode news reader. Originally based on Larry Wall's rn.
Open source newsreader for Windows and GNU/Linux. Supports scoring, off line reading and X-Face headers.
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