Sunday, July 29, 2007

BitTorrent 6.0 Beta for Windows BitTorrent for Mac OS X v4.27.2 Beta 4

Popular Windows BitTorrent client uTorrent has relaunched as the rebranded BitTorrent 6.0, the official client of the BitTorrent, Inc. with a few tweaks to the backend. WARNING: This Beta client does not currently pick up running torrents from previous versions but you can "import" your uTorrent Downloads and Settings.

If you have torrents downloading in a previous version of BitTorrent, you'll have to add them again manually in BitTorrent 6.0 Beta, and you may not be able to continue where your download left off. We recommend finishing all torrent downloads before upgrading.

Latest Changes (see uTorrent v 1.7):
* Lightweight client
* Local peer discovery
* Multiple simultaneous downloads
* Configurable bandwidth scheduler
* Global and per-torrent speed limiting
* Quick-resumes for interrupted transfers
* RSS Downloader
* Trackerless support (Mainline DHT)
* A second application BitTorrent DNA have been added to the installer (Optional the folder under Program Files\BitTorrent DNA can be removed/deleted)

More Info: @BetaNews
Download BitTorrent Beta 6 for Windows: http://download.bittorrent.com/dl/BitTorrent-6.0-Beta.exe

Download BitTorrent 4.27.2 Beta for Mac OSX: http://download.bittorrent.com/dl/BitTorrent-4.27.2-Beta-4.dmg

You'll also notice 6.0 Beta comes with BitTorrent DNA, which stands for Delivery Network Accelerator.
(bittorrent.com/download-beta; bittorrent.com/download)

BitTorrent Inc launched their rebranded version of uTorrent as BitTorrent 6.0. The good news is that uTorrent and its community will not be replaced. Not now, and not in the future.
Source: torrentfreak.com

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like they finally merged µTorrent with BitTorrent (BT purchased uT a while back). Heck the version number incrementation even matches (last release of uT was Build 3458, this BT is Build 3495)

Anonymous said...

Kidding? One Advertiser for example Google Ads on a traffic site with enough impressions brings more than 30 US $ / month. A dedicated Webserver all around the world coast 25 - 35 US $ if setup the OS alone.

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