Im using uTorrent. I don't know why but that's my favourite for no reasons
I found it on some googling and got in love with him.
Post who client you are using.
Edited by yordan, 26 June 2009 - 03:50 PM.
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Posted 25 June 2009 - 07:17 AM
Your favorite for no reason?? Man, there are LOTS of reasons to favor uTorrent, my most beloved Bittorrent client ever -- and I've tried quite a few of them, I kid you not :-D
uTorrent is extremely slim, fast, and "system resources"-friendly. It has essentially all the features offered by any other torrent client, particularly the ability to select individual files to download from a given torrent -- a feature that not many other clients offer. Add to that a wealth of customization options and preferences, speedy downloads, accurate limiting of download and/or upload speeds, and what in my experience has been a never-crashing interface, and you probably will find no shortage of reasons to love this torrent client
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Posted 02 February 2010 - 08:01 PM
I dunno wht you guys hv for a box but my my laptop (2.4 GHZ core2 duo, 3.25 GB usable ram, 7400 rpm hard drive, 32 bit windows XP running limewire pro 5.2.13) doesn't hv resource or lag issues with limewire unless I am running multiple resource intensive apps (like a game running in the background).
you would think that limewire's client wouldn't be as good as a dedicated client but I've been actually very impressed. I DL'd avatar last nite from http://thepiratebay....ENG_Hardsub_AVI it was 1.11 GB and took abt 40 minutes @ between 580-680 kbps constant from between 108-115 peers (it did take prolly 7 min to get tht many peers and 600+ kbps)
I ddnt test another client with tht particular file but usually a 1 gig movie takes me several hours (sometimes a day..Thts crazy). Even with bitcomet (which is def abt as fast as dedicated bit clients get) so I'm throwing in with what everyone is bashing and saying limewire seems to be the fastest.-reply by Ricky
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