nyolc8, on 05 December 2012 - 14:24, said:
Thank you! uTorrent cleaned
But we need to do this if it gets an update? Or these settings stay this?
Settings stick. Unless they add something different but reading around the utorrent forums, I think they plan to remove the less used and undesired features like the apps and stuff. Right now of course they're focusing on fixing bugs. They generally do listen to user feedback when its constructive criticism and detailed bug reports. Those types of people that constantly whine and threaten to stop using utorrent though anyone would ignore.
I've been using utorrent ever since it was released in 2005 and its always looked clean to me. Probably because i've been using it portably with the settings.dat file and the ui persisted through the versions(I customised icons and colors a bit). Here's a comparison between 1.7.7 and 3.2.2.
I don't get why so many people bash it like its become 'bloated'. It's still relatively light and feature rich for being a single executable less than 1mb. CPU and ram usage is low and runs fine on my old core2duo and 2gb ram machine. With a ton of torrents it maybe takes up to 30MB of memory for me. Ads and other UI features are entirely optional and can be disabled. Why is it wrong for good software thats still FREE to monetize somehow? Even the developers are trying to find a good solution that's beneficial to them and the users by gathering feedback. You can see here http://forum.utorren...c.php?id=123284