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This tip will assist you in case you have multiple TV episodes inside a single torrent, and you like to download and watch the first episode(s) first. Here is how you do it conveniently and automatically -




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You are all done. From now on - multi-torrents downloads will automatically set high priority to the first/top file downloading, and low for the rest. This way you'll get the top on the list the fastest way.


Starting with uTorrent 3.2.1, uTorrent includes a few new "Offer"-links to a sponsored torrent showing only new offers and auto-disabled when you skip/select it's offers (visible just below the toolbar) and to uTorrent Plus download plus an extra promo page (visible on the left pane="rail"). All of those can be enabled/disabled using the Advanced settings (you can use "offer" filter). You can see those settings in the below screenshots and set them to true/false so to enable/disable each (for both 3.2.1 and 3.2.2 and above).


Starting with 3.4.1, you can ask uTorrent to auto-select (map) for you a destination download path and give labels to torrents/files you "add" for downloading. This feature is now limited in functionality (works only it "Add torrent" dilog is being used) and still has some bugs...


your upload now effect your download. Seem like utorrent automatically limit the download to the update. So if you have fast connection and set your upload to like 15 insead of whatever max upload you have. It'll download slow, i don't know if advance setting have an option to ignore this ratio. I'll try to play around with it.


kanti123: it should have been clear from the above post ( see '1)' ) . The download overhead (Acks) IS included in the upload stream . Limiting it too low - effects the download! It's not a ratio thing. You should set the upload limit higher to accommodate for that. Also... more sharing is always better for the community


It's funny because I don't have any problems in Vuze, then I try downloading something with uTorrent with tons of seeders and I can't get past 1MB/s on a 20Mbit connection (600KB/s typ. and dipping constantly). I've only noticed this problem with the latest build.


Personally on my line when I do uploading beyond say 20% I start to take a hit. Putting it at 80% really makes me take a hit. I've been told it could be because of the other digital services I receive. However the reverse also happens where if I cut my DL I can significantly increase my UL. Because of this I've always limited my UL to 1kb so I could maximize my download. Once finished and when I didn't need the bandwidth, such as now when I'm on the road for several days, I'd leave it on max upload. Usually because of how often I'm gone my UL has always been greater than my DL for the month.


Now (in 2.0.1) we have U (Upload) and O (Overhead), and when I have upload limit set to 180kB/s that means I'm limiting U+O? When in 2.0 it limited only the U? So if I have like 5kB/s of O (only seeding, not downloading), and want to have my old upload back, I should rise my upload limit to 185kB/s? Or maybe in 2.0 the U was already counted as U+O?... But if I recall correctly the net.calc_overhead in 2.0 was default set to false, so I guess not.


The fun begins when it comes to downloading AND seeding. My net is 8mbit/1.5mbit, so when not downloading I had upload limit set to 180kB/s, and when downloading, set to 144kb/s. So I could download at about 970kB/s and upload at 144kB/s at the same time - and it worked great, no chocking and stuff, dl and up graphs were flat. BUT now with 2.0.1 I noticed the O goes like 53kB/s, and U like 91kB/s (which adds up to 144kB/s ofc). I obviously wanted my old 144kB/s of U back, so I started to rise upload limit, and when I reached 192kB/s (which is max of my upline) I still didn't have my old 144kB/s... I got it at about 230kB/s... which get me thinking that this is a little bit silly - setting upload limit above my actual upload max speed. And yet the graph in NetLimiter wasn't even close to be as smooth and flat as it was before. So I couldn't get my old U in this new version.


The do seem to miss the speed+overhead calculation by 10% though (per NetMeter) ... in your case - I would set an UL limit at your max connection UL max, + another optional limit that you like in case there are no downloads


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µTorrent is a freeware BitTorrent client for the Microsoft Windows platform. The program was designed to use the least amount of computer resources while offering similar features of other less resource efficent BitTorrent clients. The program's typical memory usage is less than 6 MB and CPU load is low enough for the program to run on very old computers.Some of µTorrent's FeaturesMultiple simultaneous downloads.Configurable bandwidth scheduler.Global and per-torrent speed limiting.Quick-resumes interrupted transfers.Trackerless support (Mainline DHT).


uTorrent is an efficient BitTorrent client for Windows from the originator of the BitTorrent protocol. Most of the features present in other BitTorrent clients are present in uTorrent, including bandwidth prioritization, scheduling, RSS auto-downloading, and Mainline DHT. Additionally, uTorrent supports the protocol encryption joint specification and peer exchange. Unlike many torrent clients, it does not hog valuable system resources--typically using less than 6MB of memory, allowing you to use the computer as if it weren't there at all.


\tEasy to set up: The setup wizard can automatically add an exception for uTorrent in Windows Firewall, though you may have to configure uTorrent manually in other firewalls or security apps. We could set uTorrent to start with Windows; handy for scheduling downloads.


\tCopyright issues: It's illegal to use BitTorrent (or any P2P network or technology) to post or download copyrighted material (music, movies, games) and uTorrent makes that clear with a note in the setup process. Music and video producers often post exclusive tunes and clips in promo bundles, for example.


Easy to set up: The setup wizard can automatically add an exception for uTorrent in Windows Firewall, though you may have to configure uTorrent manually in other firewalls or security apps. We could set uTorrent to start with Windows; handy for scheduling downloads.


Copyright issues: It's illegal to use BitTorrent (or any P2P network or technology) to post or download copyrighted material (music, movies, games) and uTorrent makes that clear with a note in the setup process. Music and video producers often post exclusive tunes and clips in promo bundles, for example.


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