Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 15:56
However, the anti-leech system concerns me. I'm not sure if qBittorrent offers an intuitive method to inform me that my uploads/seeds are throttling my downloads.
The best user interface of all listed here has Transmissionbt. You check in the menu not to show Tools, Fiters and you are left with the simplest window only titlebar and your torrents. I like that very much. You can find it offered to download on the very official page. Qbittorrent in its portableapps incarnation is a piece of turd. Better going with the official installer as the PA one is not in the slightest portable. But as said it does not have the simplicity of Tb and Tixati is ugly and intricated interfacewise. Most of these programs bring powers that I do not want to understand. Only care about ablity to fetch and send data on a given protocol.
Sadly Vuze is in my far past, when it was still Azureus and I still remember how dumbfound I was with it's awesome UI. uTorrent now, for me, joined Vuse, being a great torrent client of the past. Even people that still love it, seem to prefer to use the 9 year old version, rather than use the latest 8+.
I just dumped BitTorrent. For the last 7 days it has been spouting political ads while it's running. Either they've sold out, or the program has been infected. My system tests clean, though.
Huh? anti-leech system? I haven't really seen any issues. However, maybe I'm not sure what you're talking about because it has to do with using private trackers? No, I doubt there's a way to know what you need to know. However, there's a LOT of information choices available in the columns you set for the main window. Very helpful. I have only really had issues with trackers asking me for credentials or whatever, but I think that may be a rarer issue due to some of the security settings I have & maybe my VPN or something. Recommend at least trying qBittorrent. Get it from somewhere besides sourceforge though, unfortunately the owners of that website have destroyed a once great software hub.
Anyone finds it "hideous", they just have to pick another of the included themes or even build their own with the built-in options to their full satisfaction! :-)
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in China, many client Leech (such as: XL/Thunder, aMule), I want to the "user list" block them. anyone who uses those software will automatically be blocked.