Lets talk about BitTorrent Clients

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  1. Chris

    Chris New Member

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    Ive been using BitTornado pretty much as long as BT has been around, but Im thinking I want to start using a client that can support multiple downloads/seeds at the same time all from the same interface. I know such clients exist, but am just not sure which ones they are.
     
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    Sexual Vanilla New Member

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    I use Azureus with no issues
     
  3. negative zero

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    I use utorrent but I have no idea about "multiple downloads/seeds at the same time all from the same interface".
     
  4. m0nk3y

    m0nk3y Not now, chief.

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    same
     
  5. Dnepr

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    utorrent is the best
     
  6. copiertalk

    copiertalk Secure Our Borders! OT Supporter

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    Would these clients be used to download pirated music?
     
  7. lightsareout

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  8. lightsareout

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    no, only linux distros :naughty:
     
  9. m0nk3y

    m0nk3y Not now, chief.

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    ...and openoffice, etc...

    On linux, yum/apt-get is good enough, but for open-source windows programs, it's invaluable.
     
  10. CastorTroy

    CastorTroy New Member

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    ktorrent for linux, utorrent for windows.
     
  11. Zylo

    Zylo big time. hard line. bad luck.

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    I used to use Azureus religiously, but recently made the switch to μTorrent and love it!

    It really lives up to the "micro" name :cool:
     
  12. Nguyen89

    Nguyen89 I recycle gold. OT Supporter

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    i personally enjoy utorrent no problems and is visually simple and easily operated
     
  13. cleankutazn

    cleankutazn New Member

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    utorrent>all
     
  14. VladTemplar

    VladTemplar New Member

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    Another vote for uTorrent. I used Azureus back in the day, but that fucker is such a damned memory hog that I switched over to uTorrent. Never looked back.
     
  15. Zac

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    utorrent has all of the features from azureus that i need with a LOT less memory usage.
     
  16. Fewleftstanding

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    I used Azureus back in the day, but I switched to utorrent. ftw.
     
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    KTorrent for me.
     

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