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    Bit Comet roxxx !!

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    ABC or Bittornado.
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    Azureus hands down - end of discussion
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    IMHO the best one out there is ABC which is in turn based off of Bit Tornado, but I think it's a real big improvement.

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    i used to use bit comet but it didnt work on one of the sites i use. so i switched to bit tornado, and its doing fine
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    the writer of bittorrent gives a lecture about it. under the hood of bittorrent. good lecture, imo

    http://stanford-online.stanford.edu/...-ee380-100.asx

    he's vocal of bad incarnations of this protocol, rather funny.

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    Azureus fan and loyal user here, if I was going for more of a "lite" program, I'd go with ABC.
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    Azureus has tons more features, but I'm sticking with Bit Tornado for now. (I only have 512MB of RAM and I don't want to use 90MB+ just for BT )
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    using exeem, had azureus before.. I dont like either of them really.
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    I would never use Exeem - Exeem has way too much adware/spyware for its own good. Exeem lite is the way to go
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    turbo torrent, on the few occasions I ever use a torrent, this suits my needs perfectly. install, click the torrent link and done, I don't have to configure a thing

    maybe I'll give the ones that are so popular in this thread a try
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    Azerous - JAVA APP = EATS RAM LIKE A FAT KID EATS CAKE, but loaded with features.
    yABC - Yet Another Bittorrent Client - Very good client, works very quickly.
    Bit Torrent Client 4.0 - The latest client made by the same developer as Bit Torrent is my favorite now. Its very simple and uses very little resources. You can download it from http://www.bittorrent.com/
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    Oh yeah, exeem is the rebirth of suprnova, the online torrent search directory. Exeem is a client though that uses torrents as the back end. POS imho.
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    use torrentspy.com and bittornado

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    torrentspy and abc
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    I hate to be a downer, but whatever you do, DO NOT USE EXEEM.

    Traces of Cydoor and other spyware have been found buried in the installation. There's a "lite" version that cleans it up, but it's rarely updated... so I wouldn't even bother with it.

    Furthermore, the Exeem protocol is not entirely decentrallized like the developer said it would be. It still requires a central server to connect to other peers and search for downloads, which can be monitored more easily than a regular tracker.

    I was never really able to get consistent downloads at high bandwidths out of Exeem anyway...


    The best BT clients I've worked with are BitComet(you have to patch the peerid or else certain trackers might ban you because of a peer connectivity feature BC has) and Azureus.

    Azureus, however, is a resource hog... so if you're going to use it, disable all of the features and plugins you don't need. If you're a more advanced user that knows their way around Java, you can just rip out the classes you don't need.


    Just remember to practice safe piracy and use Protowall and/or Peerguardian2.

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    i think you should at least try Bit Comet

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    ABC.. simple and does wat it does..
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    ABC here as well, its plain its simple its good.

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    Come on, surely everyone knows that BitTornado is SUPERIOR! Very small memory footprint, very reliable, Unix versions availible, and lots of configuration features to keep people busy!

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    Not shure about now, but last time i used that it opened all my dl's in differnt windows and didnt save proggress so if i shutdown my pc at night or something i would have to restart the dl in the morning. So PFF Superior

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    bittornado.

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    I tried ABC and now I'm addicted Azeurus was not only a memory hog but it was also an internet hog, if I was downloading even one torrent no one else in my family could use the internet, but now with ABC I can download 10 torrents and the internet still works fine, plus the torrents even download faster!

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