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Whats Your Preferred Bittorrent Client

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I still use ABC, I don't understand what's so wrong with it.

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Bit conjure is very simple, i like it, but i use shareza to handle my BT files.

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I use BitTornado. But I recently installed Shareaza and that overtook my torrents and I haven't changed it back.

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I found ABC very buggy, some download froze whithout reason and became uncompletable and a friend got blue screens with it.

 

I stick to the official client: BitTorrent. It's the best one and gets updated before others. The only drawback is that you have one window per download (not a list). But it's not a real problem since you don't download 50 files at once.

 

I downloaded Shareaza but didn't tried it. My girlfriend did and said she found the GUI is strange. So she still use BitTorrent for torrents...

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BitTorrent version 3.2.1 baby. The most stable version of the offical BT client ;)

 

I like having seperate windows, easier to keep track of what I'm downloading.

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The P2P Wise Man uses Azureus. It simply has EVERY feature of any other BT client and is fast at that (on almost every seed on suprnova, I get 100KB/s).

 

Anon.

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The P2P Wise Man uses Azureus. It simply has EVERY feature of any other BT client and is fast at that (on almost every seed on suprnova, I get 100KB/s).

 

Anon.

I use two clients. ABC and Azureus....both of the have problems. The advantage of ABC is that it doesn't use a lot of resources when downloading, it makes 0kb files before downloading, but it still downloads batch torrents all at once. Azureus is good too, but the 2 problems that it has that I hate with all extreme prejudice is, 1)it doesn't make 0kb files for torrents that I haven't even downloaded yet!! for ex. let's say I download a batch torrent where there's 5 files and each file is 200mb's...what abc would do is just keep em all at 0kb/s until a fraction of them has been downloaded...what Azureus does is have it take up as much disk space as it would take up before even downloading! :( , and the one I hate the most, 2)it uses way too many flocken resources

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The P2P Wise Man uses Azureus. It simply has EVERY feature of any other BT client and is fast at that (on almost every seed on suprnova, I get 100KB/s).

 

Anon.

I use two clients. ABC and Azureus....both of the have problems. The advantage of ABC is that it doesn't use a lot of resources when downloading, it makes 0kb files before downloading, but it still downloads batch torrents all at once. Azureus is good too, but the 2 problems that it has that I hate with all extreme prejudice is, 1)it doesn't make 0kb files for torrents that I haven't even downloaded yet!! for ex. let's say I download a batch torrent where there's 5 files and each file is 200mb's...what abc would do is just keep em all at 0kb/s until a fraction of them has been downloaded...what Azureus does is have it take up as much disk space as it would take up before even downloading! :lol: , and the one I hate the most, 2)it uses way too many flocken resources

True on both things. The one about taking the HD space before it is done downloading, I feel, is good. I would rather know ahead of time what my HD space will be when it is finished, rather than be like, "OH $HIT!!! I only have 2KB left!!!"

 

As for resources, it IS a hog. I use a 63MB comp, and it slows it down so I can only use that program and my Firewall. But, you get speed. LOTS and lots of speed in return. :lol:

 

Anon.

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