Torrentz

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  1. jdjudy

    jdjudy Registered Member

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    Does anyone here do torrentz. If so, what software do you use?

    Any demonoid invites...
     
  2. lucas1985

    lucas1985 Retired Moderator

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    Yes.
    uTorrent 1.6.1
     
  3. TVH

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    Azureus 3 all the way (without the useless Vuze content.)
     
  4. clambermatic

    clambermatic Registered Member

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    I have use Azureus, Bitcomet & UTorrent, alternately.

    But i do seem to prefer Azureus (for its stability, setup-ease & plugins availability) personally.

    Test it btw, afterall, you will be the end-user thou.
     
  5. mrhero

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    utorrent, only 214kb :).
     
  6. Arkham

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    utorrent 1.7.5 :cool:
    Tried Azureus before and didn't like it. utorrent seems to be the lightest and best torrent client for my system.
     
  7. jdjudy

    jdjudy Registered Member

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    I use Azureus, it seems to me the quickest, though "bloated". What torrent sites do you use?
     
  8. Alphalutra1

    Alphalutra1 Registered Member

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    I use rtorrent. It is very light and works very well. I generally just use torrents from the people whose product I want to download to try and ease some of the pressure off their servers. For example, if I want to try the latest linux or BSD release, I will get their torrent and use it to not only download the product, but help others get it as well.

    Cheers,

    Alphalutra1
     
  9. WSFuser

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    I use the Halite client. And for sites I search btjunkie.org and isohunt.
     
  10. iceni60

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    i don't use torrents much because of all the connections they make - 1000s all at the same time :eek: i'd mainly use them for videos if i did use it. i just find direct downloads for them instead. i'm watching about 2 films a day atm lol i just saw the last king of scotland and i've got 21 grams already downloaded cool24.gif

    having said that i use Azureus with some of the cool plugins it has and i've got a few gigs of videos in my 'Azureus Downloads' :D
     
  11. iceni60

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    i just started a torrent. here's a graphical representation for all the connections it's making :eek:

    torent_.png
     
  12. ErikAlbert

    ErikAlbert Registered Member

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    OMG, what a messy screen. Yellow text and yellow graphics, brilliant contrast. Presentation = 1/10 :D
     
  13. clambermatic

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    it's not Yellow text and yellow graphics!! it's yellow text on top of more yellow text :isay: that's the whole point, it shows all the connections torrents use!

    here's how it looks with fewer connections -
    http://etherape.sourceforge.net/images/
     
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  15. ErikAlbert

    ErikAlbert Registered Member

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    Sorry, then it's even worse. Presentation = 0/10. This designer needs to go back to school. :)
     
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