Torrent Software With Win7

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  1. DiabloDj1

    DiabloDj1 Well-Known Member

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    Just installed Windows 7 ---

    What's some good software to use with this?

    Doesn't say whether any of the software I checked was compatible...

    uTorrent?
    Vuze?
    Neither?
    Opinions? Kthnx :]
     
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    Vuze works i know as im usein it on Win7
     
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    DiabloDj1 Well-Known Member

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    Really?... I tried Vuze and uTorrent now and they both wouldn't open.. The process would load up, then close about 2 seconds later, nothing even appeared on screen

    EDIT: Nevermind. I reinstalled Vuze and it worked. I guess they didn't install right first time around...
     
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    <span style="font-family:Comic Sans MS">I'm using W7 also but uTorrent works just fine for me.</span>
     
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    Utorrent is the best for 32bit, its light wait and perfectly fits the normal needs eg.. RSS parsing and downloading, and there are advanced settings also.
    vuze, or azurus, the last time i used it, it kinda pwnd my pc with high usage for some reason and just felt heavy. IMO you cant go wrong with UTorrent

    i could not find any 64bit torrent client for windows 7 :\
     
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    uTorrent is the best i use it on Win7 work perfect (i have 32bit)
     
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    ya are u usein 32bit or 64bit?


    as i know 64bit still has a lot of troubles with programs
     
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    in on 64bit ---, no problems with utorrent for me - or any other program for that matter
     

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