uTorrent – a very tiny BitTorrent alternative
uTorrent, also developed by BiTtorrent Inc., has been there on people’s machines since its release in 2005. But there is nothing much to say about uTorrent as most of its features were already told when describing BitTorrent.
There is almost no difference between the two torrent downloaders in terms of looks (except the logo and theme color) and features offered. However, the thing that sets the two apart is the uTorrent web app.
The powerful torrent client is loaded with tons of features which can be of great help to BitTorrent users from beginner to advanced level. It organizes torrent downloads in different categories and provides way more technical details than other BitTorrent alternatives such as WebTorrent. Users can find torrents using the inbuilt search box that opens a web browser.
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Bittorrent’s Preferences windows open the doors to a variety of settings such as limiting bandwidth usage, download scheduler, putting a data cap, managing paired devices, running a program after the download completes, etc.
While free Bittorent offers all the necessary features required, users who are allergic to advertisements can go for BitTorrent Pro which comes with customer support. The Pro version also offers access to the built-in media player, AV protection, and the ability to stream torrents as they download. Doing the same without Pro isn’t a big deal as you can open the file directly using VLC. But incomplete file download may interrupt your viewing.