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Old 09-21-06, 11:26 PM   #1
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Default Best Bit Torrent Client

Lets have a vote, what would you say is the best bit torrent client? I used Azureus for a while and it was good, but a friend of mine had better speeds with BitLord (plus it doesnt use Java) so I switched to that and things have been better... but I'm wondering if there are any better clients. I always seem to get torrents that dont show any seeds or peers, even though the torrent search sites come up with a dozen or so seeds and a few leachers.

Also, if anyone has any tips for getting better speeds or more reliably connecting to peers, post here. I know there are a lot of little quirks and things to configure with torrents.

BTW, here is a massive list of all of the bit torrent clients and their features...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compari...rrent_software
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