How to download torrent files

Asked Feb 07, 2011
You have to download and install a torrent client like BitTorrent. Once installed use 'Open" to select the Internet file you want to download and save it to a known location on your machine.
Answered Feb 07, 2011
I know, what you do is go to uttorrent or bittorrent preferences And set it up like this, (BY THE WAY THIS ONLY WORKS ON MAC) Press at the top General, and tick all of them. Press At the Top bandwith Tick all, but at the bottom it says loads of things to tick, press downloads not uploads and downloads, now at the right side in the middle it says how much KB/s . At the top one where you ticked limit manually to put 100 KB/s . At the second one where you ticked limit seeding rate to put 50 KB/s . At the next one where you ticked manually to put 100 KB/s . The next one put as much as you want. makes no difference. Put MB where you ticked enable transfer cap, put it 100 for 1 days. Next where it says at the Bittorrent Or Utorrent click it. Global Limit: 200 Per Torrent Limit: 50
Don't tick anything part from the bottom where it says outgoing encryption Tick Disable. Go to Directories You don't need to tick anything there. But you can, it will make no difference. Press Network At The Top put in the incoming TPC Port: 55485 . Now, Tick show connection status indicator in status bar Proxy server: none. Now press Network at the top. Don't do anything except tick limit upload rate: 2 In Remote press nothing. Ok Seed is how much people are letting you download it. A torrent should be at least 20 seed. Leeches are how much people are still downloading that torrent. Now when your downloading a torrent first it shows you five files, you don't want the text, it would Just take longer to download the text, only tick the one that looks like an avi mp4 etc.. File. Then go to advanced (Do this every time) And Put 2 in the first box (Not the big Box-One After that) Download it. Now next click the downloaded movie or xbox360 game etc... click it and put bandwidth allocation: tick High. Now on our mac everything Should download perfect. We Are Mac Experts, Thanks for Reading.
Answered Dec 19, 2012

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