Which BitTorrent Software Do you use ?
#31
I only use uTorrent and I uninstall it after I have finished whatever I downloaded. I guess I do this to free up unnecessary start up items on boot up >.>
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#32
i stopped using torrent softwares, instead of them i am using online torrent leechers like of seedr.cc.

Download speed from such websites is faster than torrent softwares while downloading using internet download manager.
#33
[color=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.870588)]I use uTorrent, it works good for me..[/color]

[color=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.870588)]I'm also using a website named [/color]hiperdown.com[color=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.870588)], which provide some kind of cloud torrent downloader, so you paste the .torrent os magnet link, they download on their server, and then you can download your files through a direct link.[/color]
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#34
I have started using qBittorrent and I have to say it's really impressive. Better than uTorrent and Deluge. It looks like Transmission people also working on a Windows version which hasn't come to official stage yet.
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#35
i am using utorrent on one PC and i am using bittorent on other my PC.
#36
I really don't torrent much, the exception being if I need to get my hands on an ISO for some flavour of Linux I haven't tried yet. I usually use transmission on a Linux PC for this.
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#37
(2016-07-14, 2:10:48 pm)Scáth Wrote:  I really don't torrent much, the exception being if I need to get my hands on an ISO for some flavour of Linux I haven't tried yet. I usually use transmission on a Linux PC for this.

Neither do I.  I know so little about torrents I'm concerned that my lack of knowledge could be a security threat for my computer. The only time I considered using it was to get hold of software like Windows XP.  I was perfectly happy to purchase a copy, but the scattering of Windows XP I could find was much too expensive and also dubious in sources.  I may use it one day though when I'm really pushed to and when I do I'll try the following software that have been recommended to me by a friend:

Kickass Torrents for finding software
Bitlord and UTorrent for downloading torrents
#38
(2016-07-15, 8:41:36 am)deanhills Wrote:  Neither do I.  I know so little about torrents I'm concerned that my lack of knowledge could be a security threat for my computer. The only time I considered using it was to get hold of software like Windows XP.  I was perfectly happy to purchase a copy, but the scattering of Windows XP I could find was much too expensive and also dubious in sources.  I may use it one day though when I'm really pushed to and when I do I'll try the following software that have been recommended to me by a friend:

Kickass Torrents for finding software
Bitlord and UTorrent for downloading torrents
I wouldn't recommend that. It's well-documented that Torrenting, especially illegal torrenting, caries massive risks for your PC. The PC Help site I volunteer on will have users stop using p2p prior to helping them, due to the immensely strong IV (Infection Vector) that p2p represents. I've clipped a few points out of a canned speech warning about p2p that they use:
  • Avoid gaming sites, pirated software, cracking tools, keygens, and peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing programs.
  • They are a security risk which can make your computer susceptible to a wide variety of malware infections, remote attacks, exposure of personal information, and identity theft. Many malicious worms and Trojans spread across P2P file sharing networks, gaming and underground sites.
  • Users visiting such pages may see innocuous-looking banner ads containing code which can trigger pop-up ads and malicious Flash ads that install viruses, Trojans and spyware. Ads are a target for hackers because they offer a stealthy way to distribute malware to a wide range of Internet users.
  • The best way to reduce the risk of infection is to avoid these types of web sites and not use any P2P applications.
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#39
Well it doesn't bad as it sounds if you know what you are doing. Mostly those things spread buy companies to make people afraid downloading stuff from those sites. Most important thing is where you are downloading stuff from. Biggest torrent sites have very active moderator teams who clean up anything that suspicious or contains virus. Also people who download those comment on items too. So they share their experience, good and bad, working not working or if virus detected by their anti virus software or not. Another thing is virus guards tend to do false positive warnings for things specially like cracks. Of course nothing is 100% clean. You just need to find the right thing.

I use torrents for 2 things. For new TV series which won't be available in my region for next decade or so. Also for software which are dead or very hard to find anymore.
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#40
utorrent is what i use for downloding torrents , and hardly i download any now a days.




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