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The Best Torrent Clients for Windows Users: The Valid Review

Posted by on August 19, 2019 in Stuff with 0 Comments

In the world of modern digital technology and the free distribution of licensed software, multimedia content, gaming applications, and other information, the ability to find the data you need on the network and quickly download the relevant files become vital.

If you are used to downloading files directly from the file storage using a browser, an extension or a third-party rocking chair, you may have come across the fact that files are loading too slowly, since the server can limit the download speed of resources.

The Best and Popular Torrent Clients for PC Users

If you tried to download content from servers such as Depositfiles, Letitbit, iFolder, or other file sharing sites, you could not help but notice that from time to time licensed content is occasionally deleted by copyright holders and the file you need is not available. A successful alternative to filing hosting services is peer-to-peer networks.

Due to decentralization, such networks do not have any single dedicated server. All files are stored on the client computers of ordinary users and are available for public download. The more people downloaded the file to their PC, the higher the speed of subsequent downloads for everyone. To use such a network, you will need a client program. Many users heard about uTorrent, but we offer you to learn more about other clients below. 

uTorrent

This application, popularly called uTorrent, has gained fame as the most typical client for working with P2P. Convenience, high speed, power, simplicity, a small amount of disk space, free distribution – these are the pillars on which this software development from the Swedish programmer Ludwig Strigeus relies. Against the background of the scandal that broke out recently, because in one of the new versions of the application a third-party utility EpicSale, which performs mining of bitcoins in the OS, was installed into the user system, the client’s popularity somewhat diminished.

And although shortly after this, the developer removed the utility from the distribution, a part of the web community began to look for alternatives to µTorrent. 

qBittorrent

A successful alternative to the peer-to-peer client described above is the qBittorrent program.

Distinctive features of the product are an integrated and extensible search engine that supports searching all the most well-known foreign repository sites; possibility of remote control through the user web interface; the function of setting priorities and the queue of torrent content; multi-language support (in total there is support for more than 40 languages) and other features. Also, qBittorrent is an open source application.

Thus, if you want to contribute to the development of a product, you can do this at any time by registering with the GitHub project management system. It is also worth noting that volunteers develop the project in their free time, and for their contribution, they receive nothing.

However, the quality, design, and functional component of the product suggests that the developers approached their volunteering activities with a soul, and tried as best they could. 

BitTorrent

Almost identical with uTorrent software development – both in the functional part and in design.

All involved downloads are strictly structured by sections, which will not let you get confused in the variety of files and objects. The main disadvantage of BitTorrent is the presence of ads on the main active form of the application. To get rid of it, the developers offer to download a paid Pro-version of the product for $ 19.95. As for the other limitations of the free build compared to the Pro version, they are so insignificant that they will not affect your work at all. As well as qBittorrent, the presented free torrent-client supports all European languages ​​and languages ​​of the CIS countries.

In addition to full PC support, you can connect and synchronize downloaded objects with a smartphone or tablet (good, there is such an option in the program). A sufficiently large number of settings is available, which allows you to customize the interface and shell to your preferences completely. There is integration with RSS-feed, as well as a full-fledged task scheduler. 

Vuze

Due to the fact that this application combines a powerful torrent client with all its inherent features, a high-format HD player for viewing the 1080p video, a full-featured RSS aggregator and a module for searching torrents on many prominent foreign trackers using Vuze, you can do without installing additional external software. In addition, the program has a plugin to support third-party hardware devices. By activating it, you can transfer videos to PSP, iTunes, and Apple gadgets.

Also, the plugin allows you to stream video on PS3, Xbox 360, and Tivo for later playback on TV. The official website also has a paid version of Vuze Plus with DVD recording features, built-in antivirus software, and no ads – it costs $ 29.90 per year.

Deluge

One of the most simple and intuitive P2P clients.

The main advantages of the presented product are the absence of any advertising and the implementation of all the functionality of Deluge in the form of plug-ins. In addition to those plug-ins that are installed by default, a wide selection of additional modules is available on the official website, expanding the set of application functions. It is also worth noting that the project is cross-platform (that is, it supports other systems – Linux, Mac OS X, and BSD Unix).

The program provides encryption of traffic transmitted via BitTorrent protocol. You can add RSS support by delivering one of the external modules called YaRSS2 from this web page (although it does not have a graphical shell, the console management allows you to customize the RSS content stream as you like). Due to the fact that the project is developing intensively, the set of its inherent features is growing and is complemented by fresh ideas and ideas.

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