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Learn
  • Install uTorrent on Windows and OS X
  • Configure uTorrent for optimal speed and efficiency
  • Create a torrent from your own files
  • Automate the downloading of torrents
  • Access uTorrent remotely
About

Transferring files has usually only ever been between two clients: a sender and a receiver. With the introduction of the BitTorrent Protocol, single file transfers can now be crowd sourced among many clients, reducing infrastructure costs for any single node.

"Instant uTorrent" is a practical, hands-on guide that provides you with a number of clear, step-by-step examples which will help you learn how to use uTorrent and how to take advantage of the underlying BitTorrent Protocol.

"Instant uTorrent" looks at uTorrent and the underlying BitTorrent Protocol: how to install it, how best to configure it, and each configuration option available.

You will also learn how to upload files to public trackers and how to download torrents using .torrent files and magnet links. You will also learn how to automate the downloading of torrents using RSS feeds and custom filters as well as how to remotely access uTorrent from over the Internet.

If you want to learn how to use uTorrent, or how to use BitTorrent to efficiently share data, then this book is for you.

Features
  • Learn something new in an Instant! A short, fast, focused guide delivering immediate results
  • Configure uTorrent for optimal speed and efficiency
  • Automate the downloading of torrents
  • Access uTorrent remotely over the Internet
Page Count 44
Course Length 1 hours 19 minutes
ISBN 9781849698276
Date Of Publication 24 Sep 2013

Authors

Adrian Hewitt

Adrian Hewitt (@adrianhewitt) enjoys making different things. Most of the things that he makes usually end up involving programming or bicycle inner tubes, with a high chance of freaking out if he ever found a project involving both. Part drifter, part geek, Adrian is naturally distracted by technology and is currently living in Melbourne, Australia, working as a Web Developer.