Which BitTorrent Software Do you use ?
#21
utorrent free is the only which i am using but i am going to implement transmission as a service in my home openwrt router.
#22
(2016-07-01, 5:34:34 pm)tukai Wrote:  utorrent free is the only which i am using but i am going to implement transmission as a service in my home openwrt router.

Doesn't uTorrent get froze often ? Maybe it's the Epic Sale HXY mentioned. I had it auto download updates.


Looks like qBittorrent is a really nice alternative and better than Deluge. It has a nice search engine too. )
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#23
I've been using uTorrent forever, but it has advertisements I don't want, so I am looking for alternatives right now.
#24
I use uTorrent on windows Cheese and Bittorent on linux Cheese they are good both and i think they are from same company ..
#25
(2016-07-02, 2:24:24 pm)Deoxys Wrote:  I've been using uTorrent forever, but it has advertisements I don't want, so I am looking for alternatives right now.

I think you can try Transmission. Its pretty to the point, I think you will not be disappointed Tounge
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#26
For the 3 times a year i download a linux distribution (*wink wink*) i use transmission.
#27
I use transmission and love it. But, I've also used BitTorrent before.
#28
So guys if you compare qBittorrent and Transmission, which is better for Windows ?
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#29
(2016-07-03, 12:25:50 pm)dudex Wrote:  So guys  if you compare qBittorrent and  Transmission, which is better  for Windows ?

There is no Transmission for Windows.
You have to install it to your Linux,MAC, NAS, router, etc
but the best if you can install it to your VPS (if allowed by TOS).
#30
(2016-07-03, 1:03:42 pm)HXY Wrote:  There is no Transmission for Windows.
You have to install it to your Linux,MAC, NAS, router, etc
but the best if you can  install it to your VPS (if allowed by TOS).

Yeah. I have just check the site and figured that. But they do have an web client. I wonder how that works.
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