MiniGet 1.0.8.1990 is a lightweight BitTorrent client

MiniGet is a lightweight and fast download manager & BitTorrent client that makes downloading and sharing files easy and efficient. Similar to uTorrent, it's lightweight, easy to use interface makes using the BitTorrent protocol a breeze. MiniGet is lightning-fast and easy to use. You can use it to download any and all Torrent files you find around the web at speeds as fast as any other BitTorrent client, if not faster!

MiniGet features:

  • Extremely small binary size
  • Fast HTTP/FTP download
  • Fast Bittorrent download
  • Low CPU/Memory requirements
  • Task Pause/Fast Resume
  • Supports Socks4/Socks5/HTTP Proxy;
  • NAT Traversal (Distributed UDP Puch Hole).

What's new in this version:

  • MiniGet now supports several new languages: (Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese), more languages will come soon.
  • Optimized BitTorrent download, disk access.
  • Fixed several bugs.

Download: MiniGet 1.0.8.1990 | 660 KB (Freeware)
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Copernic said,
It is not about size, it's about useless features like apps, etc....

I dont think it's useless, coz some people find it useful. Although i dont use its additional features, but i dont consider it a bloatware. And it will never be a bloatware. 945kb = bloat? What a joke

''An obvious question, but how does this compare with uTorrent?''

Doesn't have all the unnecessary bloat from the latest uTorrent versions, the installer doesn't come with all the crapware/adware promotions and toolbars from BiTtorrent, and as a plus can act as a simple http/ftp download manager. If you need 'power settings' and more stuff to mess up with, than look to BitComet or, why not to uTorrent.

And of course if we are here to post screenshots from Windows 98 than even Photoshop will look crappy.

Copernic said,
''An obvious question, but how does this compare with uTorrent?''

Doesn't have all the unnecessary bloat from the latest uTorrent versions, the installer doesn't come with all the crapware/adware promotions and toolbars from BiTtorrent, and as a plus can act as a simple http/ftp download manager. If you need 'power settings' and more stuff to mess up with, than look to BitComet or, why not to uTorrent.

And of course if we are here to post screenshots from Windows 98 than even Photoshop will look crappy.

I really dont get it. I dont understand why tards considering the latest utorrent releases as bloated. Its just 947kb during download? Is 947kb such a big deal?
For the toolbar in utorrent and bitorrent, its just a click away from opting it out. i really dont understand this tards serously