uTorrent 3.2.3 Build 28705

µTorrent is an efficient and feature rich BitTorrent client for Windows sporting a very small footprint. It was designed to use as little CPU, memory and space as possible while offering all the functionality expected from advanced clients. µTorrent was written with efficiency in mind. Unlike many torrent clients, it does not hog valuable system resources - typically using less than 6MB of memory, allowing you to use the computer as if it weren't there at all. Additionally, the program itself is contained within a single executable less than 1.0 MB in size.

Release highlights for µTorrent 3.2.2 / 3.2.3 include:

  • Fixed peer ID bug causing disconnects
  • Windows-8 compatible
  • New offer platform displays in-client offers from BitTorrent and software partners
  • Fixed crashes in "add torrent" dialog and numerous other crash fixes
  • Numerous bug fixes
  • Small improvements to magnet link handling
  • OK/Cancel moved to bottom right of add torrent dialog
  • Twitter/Facebook icons - click to like and/or dismiss
  • Add Torrent dialog displays magnet link data
  • Layout changed to display more files at once
  • Fixed discrepancy between single and multi-file torrent save directories

What's new in this version:

  • Fix: Auto-update version verification bug (Bug fix required a version change from 3.2.2 to 3.2.3)
  • Fix: Crash in magnet uri
  • Fix: Plus activation bug
  • Fix: Off-by-one error in policypeeraccumulator
  • Fix: Hang on shutdown
  • Fix: Downloading metadata bug
  • Fix: Maintain upload rate limit when switching off download limit

Download: uTorrent 3.2.3 Build 28705 | 946 KB (Freeware)
View: µTorrent Website  | Release Notes

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Never have figured out why anyone that REALLY knows how to find stuff, would want some crap program like these on their systems?

I can find ANYTHING I want without the use of these things.

yeah. i usually go for the higher revision build numbers. using alpha builds shows unique issues that come up and get fixed in later revisions though. wish that alpha versions would update each time they compile a build... like a SVN or a GIT that simply installs the latest compiled build

netsendjoe said,
yeah. i usually go for the higher revision build numbers

Why? They probably use SVN, the higher revision number only indicates that the commit is more recent, but it's surely on a different branch than the other versions and doesn't include the same features.

I've been going back and forth between 3.2.3 and 3.2.4 for awhile, installing whatever had the highest build number. This one is a bit higher than the last 3.2.4 version I was running.