uTorrent 3.4.2 Build 31743

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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.

What's new in this version:

  • Fixed: LoadFindPane crash
  • Fixed crash at startup when refreshing RSS feeds
  • Fixed Issues updating RSS feeds
  • Fixed bug in determining if external IP has changed
  • Fixed: Ads crash fix

Please note, µTorrent version 3.4.2 no longer gives users the opportunity to disable the The 'µTorrent Plus' advertisement.

Download: uTorrent 3.4.2 Build 31743 | 1.2 MB (Freeware)
View: µTorrent Website | Release Notes

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whoa, every day i'm learning something new, alrighty then and that's the way it will remain... hidden! Oh and by the way, that's what i'm always saying in these utorrent posts, to everyone complaining about these ads... if you set-up your utorrent once, then you're set for life...that's why i never see these things!

With every new uTorrent release, I become even more happy with my switch to qBittorrent.

To download Linux distro ISOs of course. Seriously.

Tixati is the best.

Built in self updated blocklists, ability to manually connect/disconnect/choke peers, scheduler and all the standard stuff, color schemes, no java/gtk/.net/qt, advanced security options, and absolutely no ads.

Google for "torrent ninja guide" for help setting it up to be ultra secure.

I've often wondered who still uses these things but I guess they are still popular. I've only used 1 once, just to check it out. Nothing spectacular and slower than molasses 99% of the time.

Yes,
I know how to set this stuff up to control upload and all that stuff. I can find anything I want over good ol' http and get it much faster than these go!

cork1958 said,
I've often wondered who still uses these things but I guess they are still popular. I've only used 1 once, just to check it out. Nothing spectacular and slower than molasses 99% of the time.

Yes,
I know how to set this stuff up to control upload and all that stuff. I can find anything I want over good ol' http and get it much faster than these go!

You're the one doing it wrong, don't pick on software because of your inability to use it.
100Mbps+ is far from what I call "slower than molasses".

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