How to Download Files from Binsearch

Binsearch.info does not host any files. It is a search engine for the Usenet network just like Google is a search engine for the web. When you search for a file on Binsearch, it only provides you with links in the form of an NZB file. You must then use that NZB to download the files from a Usenet server.

So, there are three tools that you use in this process:

#1 – A Search Engine – Binsearch.info
#2 – A Usenet Downloader Program – Super-NZB
#3 – A Usenet Server – Easynews

In the picture below, you can see that we searched Binsearch for “ubuntu”, which is a free software package:

To download this file, you would need to click on the check-box, which is circled in red. Then, you would click “Create NZB” which is circled in purple. Then you would save the NZB file to someplace on your hard disk where you would be able to find it.

Now that you have the NZB file, you can open it with Super-NZB, and it will take you the rest of the way through the process step-by-step.

To learn all of the details of NZB downloading, please see this page: “Learn to Download NZB Files.”

3 Responses to “How to Download Files from Binsearch”

  1. Bart says:

    how do I clear the history in the search tab of binsearch.info? when double clicking on it, everything searched for is revealed, and I would like to remove them, but I can’t seem to find how to do that.

    • admin says:

      It depends on your browser. For example, with Firefox, you can press the down-arrow key to highlight a line in the list, and then press the Delete key to remove it. If you hold the Delete key down, you can remove all the entries pretty quickly.

  2. john liebel says:

    When i try to download a book they all come up with a red cross in the download box JL

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