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    client for the Bittorrent peer-to-peer file

    Here they are: the most popular downloading software for torrent file sharing. As of June, 2010, the two most popular tools are uTorrent and Vuze. But definitely look at all the choices below for yourself.

    1. Tixati


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    Tixati is a slick new torrent program authored by the architect of the WinMiX OpenNap program. Definitely a sophisticated and forward-thinking client, Tixati is already embracing the shift towards trackerless torrent swarming: magnet links, PEX, and DHT swarming works very well in Tixati. The throttling features and wide range of priority adjustments will make any fussy P2P user quite happy, and you'll find that download speeds are at least as fast as Vuze and uTorrent. The bitfield graphs and 'executive dashboard' display is very professional, and this product easily earns itself a spot amongst the best torrent clients today. Definitely try Tixati for torrent P2P needs.

    http://www.tixati.com/ss2/ss_xfers_details_small.png

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    http://www.tixati.com/


    2. Vuze (formerly 'Azureus')

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    You can call it 'bloatware', or you can call it 'the Lexus of torrent software': Vuze is a large software product that offers a smorgasbord of features (most of which you may never use). You can play any media in Vuze, including HD videos. You can play music, and run most any media in this product. Apparently, you can also use Vuze to run media on your iPhone, Xbox, or PSP. Vuze is very popular, and you'll want to give Vuze a try for a couple days and decide for yourself if this powerful product fits your style of downloading and viewing media

    http://mog.zanneth.com/images/AzureusVuze.JPG

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    http://azureus.sourceforge.net/


    3. uTorrent

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    Known as both "u-torrent" and "micro torrent", this is the most popular torrent tool today. uTorrent has all the functions a torrent downloader will ever need, and it only requires 1 MB of hard drive space and memory. uTorrent has all the downloading and seeding performance of its competitors, but with minimal impact to the rest of your computer's speed.

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    http://www.utorrent.com/


    4. ABC

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    This product is quite plain looking. But don't let the appearance fool you: this product is solid, and offers good functionality. You can easily configure the display to show stats/seeds/trackers. You can easily pause and queue any torrent at any time. You can also set timers on your upload options (very nice for serious P2P users). And the product is written in the lean Python/wxPython code languages.

    http://pingpong-abc.sourceforge.net/screenshot_3.1.png

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    http://pingpong-abc.sourceforge.net/


    5. Deluge Torrent

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    Linux and OS X people: rejoice! Here is a software that is very friendly towards your operating systems, and many About.com readers say good things about this product. It has a clean metallic-but-soft interface design, and most any statistic and metric you might ever want to see about your uploads and downloads. Like most torrent clients, the product is free, and built/supported by programming enthusiasts who truly believe in file sharing.

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    http://deluge-torrent.org/


    6. Transmission Bittorrent

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    Mac users and Linux users: this product is for you. Tranmission is a lean product that allegedly uses the smallest memory footprint of any torrent client today. It's open source, clean-looking, and a favorite amongst Mac users. Give Transmission a try if you are an Apple or Linux user.

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    7. TurboBT

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    TurboBT is a product that is published in multiple human languages, including: Mandarin, Romanian, German, Portuguese, Russian, and French. TurboBT is free to download and use, and has been recommended as a solid Python-based P2P product.

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    http://turbobt.sourceforge.net/indexen.htm


    8. BitComet

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    This free software is very good, but has lost a lot of users to uTorrent and Vuze/Azureus. If you are a serious downloader who has particular tastes in interfaces, definitely give BitComet a try. If you are a new user, start with uTorrent or Vuze first. Note that many private torrent sites will ban you for using BitComet, as there is a pervasive belief that BitComet reports incorrect ratio information, and also leaks data to DHT.

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    http://www.bitcomet.com/


    9.Stream Torrent

    The Stream Torrent application was designed to be a small tool for streaming torrents to unlimited users with serverless peer to peer technology. Stream Torrent will help users share live streams with others using distributed peer to peer technologies.

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    http://stream-torrent.softonic.fr/

    10.aTube Catcher

    aTube Catcher lets you download videos from YouTube and other popular video sites without having to spend ages doing so.
    With aTube Catcher you can not only save online videos on your hard drive, but also convert videos from one format to another, capture streaming videos, record your screen, and even create custom DVDs in a few clicks. It's a simple, no-nonsense application that gets the job done.
    aTube Catcher allows you to do everything from within the same interface: a tabbed window with specific areas for each function. The program can read the content of the Windows Clipboard and also supports drag and drop. What's more, aTube Catcher works with all popular video formats.
    All in all, aTube Catcher is a brilliant tool for quickly grabbing cool online movies, converting videos, recording the screen and creating DVDs – all hassle-free!
    aTube Catcher is a handy, easy-to-use online video downloader and converter.

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    http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:T...9AbtdX9Ilq.jpg
    http://atube-catcher.en.softonic.com/


    11.eMule

    eMule is one of the biggest and most reliable peer-to-peer file sharing clients around the world. Many developers contribute to the project, so the network gets more and more efficient with every new version.
    The new eMule 0.50a (7 April 2010) introduces a new algorithm to verify downloaded files. This improves download speed as it reduces the number of corrupt parts. It also works better in Windows 7 and improves the interface making it easier to use.

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    http://www.emule.com/


    12.BitSpirit

    BitSpirit is a very powerful and easy-to-use BitTorrent client that provides not only full BitTorrent protocol implementation but also many personalization features.
    BitSpirit supports simultaneous downloads, download queue, UPNP port-maping, NAT traversal(UDP transport), select downloads from multiple files torrent package, disk cache, chatting with other peers, torrent market, ip-filter, etc. In 3.0 or above versions of BitSpirit, it also supports DHT network - which is based on Kademlia protocol - and fully compatible with Bittorrent official client.

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    http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:T...9AbtdX9Ilq.jpg
    http://bitspirit.softonic.fr/


    13.FrostWire

    FrostWire is a P2P client which transfers any kind of file in very short time.
    This program creates a virtual network avoiding the use of a central server that can collapse of fail anytime. Moreover, this allows the available content to be very vast.
    FrostWire works with the Gnutella network and it is developed under the same protocol as LimeWare, this is why, if you have used these applications you will notice the similarities.
    Although there are some similarities, there is a difference which is worth highlighting: LimeWare filters some contents which reduce the number of results making less efficient searches.
    Due to the fact that FrostWire performs multiple downloads, you will save the hassle of waiting until a process is finished to start a new one.

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    http://www.frostwire.com/


    13.FireTorren

    The FireTorrent extension strives to offer the most user-friendly BitTorrent experience. We've integrated the torrents manager as a seperate tab in your browser's download manager, and torrents can be downloaded from any website with a single click.
    This results in a great user experience and should be attractive to both people that are new to downloading torrents and advanced users.
    The FireTorrent extension was originally developed as a part of the Wyzo web-browser. Because Wyzo is based on the open-source Firefox browser, we only had to make some minor changes for the extension to be compatible with Firefox.

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    http://firetorrent.softonic.fr/
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    hey nice thread, but what would be really nice is if you really detailed this post and added some more pictures and more clients, then perhaps you will get a sticky for it

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    utorrent ftw!

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    very good thread but the most of these clients are banned from the most torrent trackers...so new torrent users be aware of which client do you use on your private torrent sites


    btw i think that mods must move this thread to another section

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    utorrent, only it
    utorrent 1.8.5
    can use it for all trackers

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    I support uTorrent Only!

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    the two most popular tools are uTorrent and Vuze

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    uTorrent... nothing more...
    BitComent was great in the past....

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    utorrent
    rtorrent/rutorrent
    and
    transmission
    are the top 3 best clients of all time

    <moved to general pc chat and help>
    Last edited by steven; 06-28-2010 at 12:04 AM.

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    Wow excellent review of all thank you


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