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    Default Torrent software

    Hi to all.
    Can any one recommend a best torrent software like bitcomet in windows.Which has all features like bitcomet.
    I know about ktorrent and bittorrent.
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    Regardless of platform I really like Azureus, now named Vuze. Google
    for it.

    Good luck.





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    | Can any one recommend a best torrent software like bitcomet in
    | windows.Which has all features like bitcomet.
    | I know about ktorrent and bittorrent.
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    Default Re: Torrent software

    ktorrent has upnp support, queuing, built in search, etc. I'm not sure which features that it lacks. I love ktorrent personally.

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    Thanks to all.
    I find that monsoon is by default torrent software.
    its easy to use.
    Thanks
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    Default Re: Torrent software

    The only feature that I think uTorrent has over KTorrent is better reporting of trackers statuses. uTorrent consolidates the information together.

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    Thumbs up Re: Torrent software

    Deluge client, blocklist is a bit of a bind to setup but otherwise great app

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    Thumbs up Re: Torrent software

    I like Azureus for its plugins, especially scheduled downloads. However, KTorrent isn't so bad. I think Azureus can be installed through default openSUSE repositories, so that's good.
    Last edited by nayk92; 18-Jul-2008 at 10:17. Reason: further clarification

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    Lightbulb Re: Torrent software

    2 programs that handle torrents are:

    * transmission (gnome torrent)
    * frostwire (p2p + torrent)



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    I find that ktorrent and transmission both work well..

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    thanks, now how to use?

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