FrostWire is a file sharing client; this translates into uploading and downloading data from across the world at decent speeds, no costs involved. It also bundles a chat utility and an audio player.
Once installation finishes, you will enter the setup wizard, where you can configure language, the torrent data save folder, and your chat nickname.
The user interface is quite friendly. Here you select the search engines (ClearBits, Mininova, ISOHunt, BTJunkie, Extratorrent, Vertor, The Pirate Bay, or Monova) and file types (all, documents, programs, audio, video, images, or torrents).
Next, you just enter the search keyword and wait for the results. You can view the size of the file, source, the date it was created, quality and extension type.
By right-clicking a result, you have the option to buy the item online, download it (or partially download it), copy magnet and hash, or repeat the search with that exact result.
In addition to searching for something, you have access to a library in which you can organize files, another section in which you can transfer files to phone and tablets, and a place where you can chat with other users (unfortunately, this feature didn't work in our case, due to network problems).
FrostWire is also highly configurable. The Options section allows you to define speed limits, iTunes song import features, keyword filters, etc.
In conclusion, FrostWire is a great file sharing system that enables you to easily find and quickly download various documents and media content. The download speeds are comparable to those of any other respectable file sharing client, maybe even better.