Thursday, 7 February 2008

Deluge: BitTorrent Client

I have recently replaced uTorrent with Transmission as my BitTorrent client. However, although Transmission is very light and easy to use, it is a bit too basic and I miss some of the features found in uTorrent. I personally don't like running windows apps in Wine, I'd rather run a native application. While browsing the net, I came across a program which seems to meet all my specifications.

Deluge is a full-featured BitTorrent client which is available for Linux, Windows and Mac. It features a collection of plugins which provide most of the functionality of Deluge. One of its nicest features is encryption enabled as default. Here is an overview of Deluge's features.

  • Web UI
  • BitTorrent Protocol Encryption
  • Mainline DHT
  • Local Peer Discovery (aka LSD)
  • FAST protocol extension
  • ĀµTorrent Peer Exchange
  • UPnP and NAT-PMP
  • Proxy support
  • Web seed
  • Private Torrents
  • Global and per-torrent speed limits
  • Configurable bandwidth scheduler
  • Password protection
  • RSS
  • And much more!






You can grab a copy for yourself here

4 comments:

  1. is this for windows vista compatible?

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  2. It should be vista compatible but I think there might be some minor issues with some plugins.

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  3. hi
    i am utorent user
    recently i use deluge
    i had problem with seeding
    some stuff i wanna upload but when i make toorent of it it wont upload to actual site

    then i use maketorrent 2.1 and complete dir for making torrent and for seeding i use deluge

    but deluge wont be able to seed
    plz reply
    vb1neb@live.com

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