uTorrent 3.3.2 Build 30303

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.

Download: uTorrent 3.3.2 Build 30303 | 1.1 MB (Freeware)
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I currently use Torrex for Windows 8/RT. It's a lightweight torrent client, however, to download in the background without the app being display, you have to pay.

I save/buckup my prefrred custom settings, so my utorrent is the same everywhere i go or anytime i reinstall it. No ads, no offers, no apps...plain-simple-minimal just the way i like it.
Plus it's funny to check on my statistics from time to time and see "Total downloaded 42.7TB" "Total uploaded 12TB"...!
For anyone wondering, this is the location of the folder you need to save/backup so you don't need to bother with setting up utorrent ever again, just your initial setup, "%AppData%\uTorrent"

I still don't understand where these ads are that people been yappin and whining about. I've never ever seen any.
And there's definitely no bloat on uTorrent, how much less could they put on it? very minimalistic to me, and very easy on resources.
I'm currently on 3.4, but have used every single release for who knows how many years.
Gets better and better every version as far as I'm concerned.
3.4 has even more minimalistic GUI than previous versions also. As in very plain icons in the toolbar.

I would *NEVER* recomment utorrent anymore. The past few releases they have been installing tools and changing system settings... same with bittorrent which is utorrent under different brand.

Use some of the open source ones..

They have? I've used every single version, alpha, beta, final, every single release, and I have no idea what you're yappin about.
Have never ever had anything extra install for me, nor have I ever seen any ads or crap in uTorrent.
Very lightweight program, constantly being worked on, and works just awesome.

Lol..............Dont blame uTorrent for your inability to not pay attention to what your clicking on. Sure the installer has pre-packaged stuff. Like every other free piece of software. But its up to you to uncheck and decline those offers. If you just click next,next and next its not uTorrent or anyone elses fault but your own.

wingliston said,
Long as you update within the program without the installer, you wont get all that extra crap.

The last release they did the installer didn't even prompt you if you wanted it. Some of the mirrors and depending on how you were linked to it installed it whether you wanted it or not.

A *LOT* of people are moving back to 2.x or alternatives because of the BS.

I haven't had a problem with it myself, i just know how shady they have gotten lately and there are MUCH better alternatives now.

spudtrooper said,

The last release they did the installer didn't even prompt you if you wanted it. Some of the mirrors and depending on how you were linked to it installed it whether you wanted it or not.

A *LOT* of people are moving back to 2.x or alternatives because of the BS.

I haven't had a problem with it myself, i just know how shady they have gotten lately and there are MUCH better alternatives now.

me too, I'm still using the latest 2.x version. simply the best: lightweight, without adds and very very fast.

spudtrooper said,
I would *NEVER* recomment utorrent anymore. The past few releases they have been installing tools and changing system settings... same with bittorrent which is utorrent under different brand.

Use some of the open source ones..

I wouldn't recommend this anyone either and NEVER have.

If you can't find what you want in a safer manner than using some crap program like this, you deserve what ever you get!

I can't believe these things still exist even.