By: Fast Usenet on: December 13th, 2010
The term ‘newsgroup archives’ refers to a huge collection of newsgroups and their articles. At Fast Usenet, we have the largest newsgroup archive collection you’ll ever come across. We carry over 120,000 newsgroups and this number grows every day and if we don’t have what you’re looking for, we can definitely have it added to our newsgroup list.
The newsgroup archive comes down to a collection of text and binary newsgroups which have a retention rate of 817 – 1000+ days and sometimes up to 1200+ days, depending on the popularity of the newsgroup. What I mean when I say text newsgroups is that we carry a huge archive of discussion newsgroups from animals to video games. In the text newsgroups, you’ll be able to interact with other Usenet users from around the world to ask questions and share ideas.
You’ll be able to find people with the same interests as yours and hopefully make some new friends because let’s face it, Usenet is a great place to meet other people. The other side of the newsgroup archives is binary groups. Binary newsgroups carry only binaries with no text unless it’s for a request. There are many types of binary newsgroups, from pictures to videos and let’s not forget about computer applications. In these newsgroups people share binaries among themselves depending on what the newsgroup name is. If it’s about automobile pictures, then that is what people will share with one another. At Fastusenet.org, if we don’t have it, we’ll go get it just for you.