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qBittorrent featured on Ninite
« on: December 03, 2013, 11:42:05 pm »
Ninite is a great site to quickly update several popular apps you might use. I just visited the site today to update my runtime apps, and I noticed qBittorrent is now listed under the File Sharing category. Apparently it was added a while back, as the News section lists qBittorrent as far back as October 28. I can only assume this means qBittorrent is quickly gaining popularity since Ninite only adds popular user-requested apps. Even better is that qBittorrent has taken the place of uTorrent on the website.

So a big congrats to everyone who works on and/or supports qBittorrent!

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Re: qBittorrent featured on Ninite
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2013, 11:42:53 pm »
Great news! Kudos for posting this! :)

Ps.: Wow... does anyone still use eMule in 2013?
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Re: qBittorrent featured on Ninite
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2013, 09:08:57 pm »
This is great news indeed! I have an modded eMule installed (eMule v0.50a ZZ-R 4.5) but not using that much anymore like I did in the past.
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Re: qBittorrent featured on Ninite
« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2013, 11:13:38 pm »
I always hated the one-peer-TO-one-peer system. Like every single person had different files.
And only normal guys with slow DSL/cable had interesting stuff.

(Bots only got uninteresting, boring shares.)

So every download had a speed of 10kbps or a bit more.
And guess what, if I tried to be a nice guy and share, they ruined my internet. Heck, I tried it with a much-much faster connection nowadays, but it does not help either. I would need a GBPS up/down speed and some server running on there.
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« Reply #4 on: December 11, 2013, 10:21:27 pm »
Well if you were (or still are) a member on a release site which provides ed2k links the speeds are acceptable, its the same idea as private trackers currently with torrenting. I was a member of a Dutch dvd release team and that was working quite good with eMule (site is down and gone since dvd age is outdated). In the time when Razorback was ruling (after that eDonkeyserver 2, both gone now) it was superb, but now it feels empty. It still works but less active in my opinion.

A bit oftopic maybe but qBittorrent is the number 1 P2P application at tomsguide website: http://www.tomsguide.com/us/download/Software-P2P-Sharing,0702-7008.html, hell yea :)!
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