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ProfessorJerk
Sat Jan 10 2015, 09:53PM


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uTorrent has been a bloated piece of shit for a while now. I've been using something called Deluge since I got sick of dealing with uTorrent, and it's super light which I like but it comes at the expense of pretty much any features whatsoever. Is there anything out there that's not way more than it needs to be but will still let me do shit like put tags/ categories on my torrents?







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vahn0100
Sun Jan 11 2015, 01:36AM


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I've always used one called Bittorrent. Unfotunately, lately its gotten kinda flashy and bloaty, plus has a crap ton of ads, so I've stopped.







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gonzo.the.great
Sun Jan 11 2015, 07:14AM


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I still use uTorrent, v 2.2.1, prior to the shit that was v3 and beyond.







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DrakeMegrim
Sun Jan 11 2015, 07:31AM


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gonzo.the.great wrote ...

I still use uTorrent, v 2.2.1, prior to the shit that was v3 and beyond.

http://filehippo.com/download_utorrent/9574/







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AntiHick
Sun Jan 11 2015, 12:12PM


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I use qBittorrent. I have to admit the only reason I started using it is because that's what ninite.com offers right now, and I used ninite when I changed over to my ssd last year.

I've enjoyed it so far. Definitely less bloated than what the others have become.

I can also highly recommend ninite to everyone.







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khamir-ubitch
Sun Jan 11 2015, 09:01PM



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Try using the PORTABLE version of utorrent. I've never had an issue with it. No install or bloatware and it runs straight out of the folder it's extracted into.









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ProfessorJerk
Sun Jan 11 2015, 09:37PM


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Gonna vive qBit a shot, thanks Hick.







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vahn0100
Sun Jan 11 2015, 10:36PM


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If anyone hasn't used ninite when doing a re-install, they are definitely missing out. Ninite is freaking awesome!







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frostmute
Mon Jan 12 2015, 11:11AM


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DELUGE

FUCKING DELUGE

Open Source, Lightweight, Simple, NO FUCKING ADS

DELUGE - APPLY DIRECTLY TO THE TORRENTS

DELUGE


(seriously, Deluge is the SHIT and beats the fuck out of any other torrent clients on the block)

AntiHick wrote ...


I can also highly recommend ninite to everyone.


+1 - I can't recommend Ninite enough.... Especially as someone who worked It and needed to rapidly deploy bullshit software for clients











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ProfessorJerk
Mon Jan 12 2015, 11:13AM


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Frost I absolutely love how lightweight it is but I don't see a way to organize my shit and that is kind of a dealbreaker for me. :\









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