TR's Folding team has been making conquests since its inception, rising through the ranks of the Folding@home leaders to reach 12th place in the world. However, we now face some dire threats, and we need more participation from everybody in order to keep up. To that end, Leor and HowardDrake have cooked up a sweet new Folding page for us with an update on our status and revised instructions on installing the Folding clients. The page will tell you how to install the simple graphical client and how to navigate the somewhat trickier task of installing the command-line client as a service.
For the uninitiated, the page also explains what Folding@home is all about. Go check it out and start using that fancy CPU of yours to do some good.
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