Download Anything Using Torrent Power House

by on April 12th, 2009

I do not use torrents or p2p (e.g. Lime Wire) because I do not enjoy unlimited and high bandwidth internet speed most of the time but I try them for sure to know how these work and what is out there behind these communities/secret sharing giants. I have tried BT which was a boring blacknGrey client with not enough tools to bear the user’s quest, searching and downloading speed. Now a days users are pros. The people behind the PCs who search for videos, HD, HQ, Movies, Music, pre-releases or beta heavy softwares and more are really super active. They search with speed, quickly find and try to download multiple streams of files. And they want anything and everything. Limewire has got facility to search and download stuff with ease and in a user friendly way. There are a lot of Torrent users. I am gonna share a brilliant Bit Torrent client which will revolutionized your Torrent experience and life.

utorrent_logoµTorrent is the world’s most popular BitTorrent client. They say it a Powerhouse with tiny Appetite. It consumes less resources and gives you more (precisely speaking, whatever you want). Most important features are bandwidth prioritization, scheduling, RSS auto-downloading and Mainline DHT. Additionally, µTorrent supports the Protocol Encryption joint specification and peer exchange. Its visual and highly user friendly software.

u-torrent-1

Its Micro-Sized Yet Feature Filled, Resource-Friendly, Skinnable and Localized, Actively Developed and Improved and available for Windows, Linux and MAC.

Features
  • Multiple simultaneous downloads
  • Configurable bandwidth scheduler
  • Global and per-torrent speed limiting
  • Quick-resumes interrupted transfers
  • Trackerless support
  • Protocol encryption
  • Peer-exchange
  • Lightweight and Fast
Download uTorrent for Windows

Download Utorrent – Win

Download uTorrent for MAC

Download Utorrent – MAC (dmg file)

How to Run Windows Version uTorrent in MAC OSX

You can use Parallels or CrossOver to run some of Microsoft programs for MAC OSX.

How to Use uTorrent for Linux

You can run utorrent in Linux using Wine.
Once you have Wine installed.
Open terminal and type:

winecfg

A window will come up. There are a few things we might need to change.
- In this first tab, Applications, if it’s not already, set Windows Version to Windows XP.
- In the Audio Tab, make sure the driver is set to ALSA and not OSS Drivers.
- Under Drives Select Autodetect.
- Configure graphics if you want.
- Close the window.

Now you can run the executable in wine by following command:

wine utorrent.exe

Click Okay.
uTorrent will launch and there will be a uTorrent icon on your desktop. To start it again just click that icon.

Full Guide to run utorrent in Linux.

TechMynd encourages µTorrent only and just for searching and downloading freeware and open source stuff.
Share

One Review

  1. fernado says:

    i can not find terminal. i do not know what to do after. help me.

You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>