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This category is for BitTorrent clients. BitTorrent is a protocol that enables peer-to-peer file sharing on the Internet and BitTorrent clients are computer programs designed for peer-to-peer file sharing using the BitTorrent protocol.

The term 'client' is not precise as BitTorrent is a peer-to-peer (and not a server-client) architecture. So in this case it used to differentiate peer software from trackers, which assist in the communication between peers.

See: Computers/Internet/File_Sharing/BitTorrent/Torrent_Directories_and_Trackers/
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µTorrent - The client for multiple platforms is presented with downloads, FAQ, and forums. Tribler - Social BitTorrent client which runs on Windows, Linux and Mac. ABC - Forked from Bittornado, handles multiple torrents. BitTornado - Descended from The Shad0w's experimental build with enhanced GUI and engine. G3 Torrent - Handles multiple torrents. BitLord - Forked off BitComet 0.56. BitComet - Multilanguage and multitracker capable client for Windows. Developed in C++. BitTorrent - Free, open-source file-sharing application effective for distributing very large software and media files. Documentation, FAQ, search-engine. Rufus - An easy to use Python based client. Downloads, screen shots, FAQ, help. Flash! Torrent - Includes a small web browser and built-in tracker. TurboBT - Client developed in Python. Screenshots, downloads, contacts. XBNBT - Modified BNBT Bittorrent tracker written in C++, offers many additional features and intended for Linux. Halite - Open source client for Windows. Transmission - Transmission bittorrent client runs natively on multiple operating systems. qBittorrent - Free software released under the GNU GPL license. Intended for Linux users. Ono - Open source plug-in for the Vuze BitTorrent client designed to improve downloads by proactively finding peers that are close to the user. Site includes news, documentation, FAQ and information on how to add this peer selection technology to other applications. Cubit - Open source system that provides fully decentralized approximate keyword search capabilities to Vuze as a standard plugin. As it is decentralized, it's immune to legal and technical attacks targeting torrent aggregators. Deluge - Open source, cross-platform BitTorrent client. Site includes screenshots, FAQ and community forums. Arctic Torrent - Minimal client for Windows written in C++ focusing on low CPU and memory usage. FrostWire - An open-source, cross-platform (including Android) client. Includes download links, a blog and a support forum. Vuze - Free Java Bittorrent client formerly known as Azureus. User guide, FAQ, plugins. Azureus Speed Control - Offers an Azureus plugin, which enables automatic configuration of the upload limit, along with a documentation. Tixati - BitTorrent client that runs natively on Windows and Linux. Anomos - A derivative of the popular multi-P2P file sharing tool BitTorrent. It adds end-to-end encryption and onion routing to the protocol in order to enable its users to communicate securely and anonymously. Yet anOther Dummy CTCS - A graphical interface for monitoring and managing Enhanced CTorrent clients on OpenWrt, the user interface is a dynamic web page. OneSwarm - Backwards compatible with BitTorrent, also has new features designed to protect user privacy when sharing data amongst friends. Website includes screenshots, a wiki and a forum. MediGet - A torrent-client with a simple interface and diverse functions.
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