NZB Sites and Usenet Search Engines help you find exactly what you are looking for quickly. Usenet has so much data that it can be overwhelming. By using a NZB Site or a Usenet search engine you can easily find exactly what you are looking for quickly.
Technically an NZB file is an XML file which contains references to where certain usenet messages can be found. An NZB file facilitates the process of exchanging files via a universally accepted format ( XML). NZB files were invented by infamous website Newzbin. **Not to be Confused with the newsreader client Newsbin.
By using an NZB file and an appropriate Usenet newsreader client you could easily find, exchange and download files from Usenet.
Previous to the development of NZB files and NZB sites search Usenet was a much more time intensive and laborious process.
NZB’s are popular because they download very fast and work regardless of what Usenet server services is used.