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You use special torrent search engines to find .torrent text files around the Net. A .torrent text file functions as a special pointer to locate a specific file and the swarm of people currently sharing that file. These .torrent files varyfrom 15kb to 150kb file size, and are published by serious Torrent sharersaround the world.
You download the desired .torrent file to your drive (thistakes about 5 seconds per .torrent file at cable modem speeds).
.Usually, thisis as simple as a adouble-click on the .torrent file icon, and the client software auto-launches. In other cases, this software willeven open the torrent file for you.
The torrent client software willnow talk to a tracker server for 2 to 10 minutes, whileitscours the Internet for people to swarmwith.Specifically, the client and tracker server willsearch for otheruserswho have the same exact .torrent file as you.
As the tracker locates torrent users to swarmwith, each user willbeautomaticallylabeled as either a "leech/peer" or as a "seed" (userswho have only part of the target file, versus userswho have the completetarget file). As youmightguess, the more seedsyouconnect to, the fasteryour download willbe. Commonly, 10 peers/leeches and 3 seeders is a good swarm for downloading a single song/movie.
The client software thenbegins the transfer. As the name "sharing" implies, everytransferwillhappen in both directions, "down" and "up" (leech and share). *SPEED EXPECTATION: Cable and DSL modem users can expect an average of 25 megabytes per hour, sometimesslowerif the swarmissmallwithlessthan 2 seeders. On a good daywith a big swarm, however, you can download a 5MB songwithin 3 minutes, and a 900MB moviewithin 60 minutes.
Once the transferiscomplete, leaveyour torrent client software running for at least twohours. This iscalled "seeding" or "good karma", whereyoushareyourcomplete files to otherusers.Suggestion: do your downloads justbeforeyou go to sleep at night. This way, youwillseedyourcomplete files, youwillincreaseyourupload/download ratio, and youwill have completedownloaded files by the time you wake up!
Movie and music plug-ins:youwilllikelyneed to install media players and updated codec converters to playyour downloads:
Fair warning: youwillwant a second hard drive once you start serious torrent downloading. Songs and moviesrequire large diskspace, and an average P2P user commonly has 20 to 40 GB of media files at any one time. A second 500GB hard drive iscommon for serious P2P users, and the recentlowprices on hard drives makeit a good investment
first of all it is a method of downloading absolutely
anything (you name it you have it) from internet when you search for software, audio,
movies you will sometimes accidental stumble up into a torrent site but when
you download the file it will be a very small fie size in kilobytes but this
fill contains all the file locations that a particular file resides it cold contain
1000 of users information worldwide.
How does it happen?
a person might upload a file as a torrent and that person is
called a "seed" because he has 100% of the file will say another
person finds this torrent and start downloading it this person is considered as
a "leecher"assume he has
downloaded the file about 25%, When another 3rd person starts downloading this
file he can retrieve this file from both the seeder and leecher and the 3rd
person will also contribute to other people so by downloading a torrent you are
taking the file and *** well as you are helping to upload it to another person
When a leecher has downloaded the file 100% that person
becomes a seeder
How to download
You need a torrent client to download torrent files (torrent
extension is *.torrent)
Utorrent-a small light weight torrent client
Azureus-a java based torrent client
What Should I look
for when downloading torrents?
a good site (the hardest )
Because torrents are a popular way of spreading viruses (Trojan
horse) you must be careful when you are selecting the site
My recommendations’ are
For software/movies/games/TV shows-btjunkie.com,
For high quality movies-axxo.superfundo.com
2.Download the torrent with highest number of seed
not the leecher
when you do this you are on the safe side because more people have the complete
3.Be careful when downloading torrents that contains zip or rar format
some torrents are there to fool you after downloading it requires a password witch
you can’t find
4.Read all comments before downloading a torrent
this will be very help full for you before you download a big file example in a
movie torrent comment some people will comment about the quality of the movie
sound quality or is it a camera copy saving you valuable time
First you need :µTorrent - a (very) tiny BitTorrent clientDownload and install it.There are many other Torrent clients but i find this the best one.
Then you need a torrent site here you go:http://thepiratebay.org/top Now search for what you Movies,Games,Music etc.Download the Torrent file and open with Utorrent your download should have now started in Utorrent.
How do I download files using BitTorrent?Just like you need a URL like 'www.google.com' to go to a web site and download content, you need a 'torrent file', a small file that tells the BitTorrent client the necessary info to download the content you want. This is generally obtained from a torrent website. Many websites offer torrents as one method of downloading files. For example,OpenOffice.org, a free alternative to Microsoft Office, can be downloaded using BitTorrent. Other sites, like legaltorrents.com, offer torrents of all kinds of things - these sites are just repositories of torrents and usually don't actually create any of the content available. They are known as torrent indexers. Once you've obtained a torrent file, you simply need to import it into µTorrent. There are several ways of doing this.
Drag and drop the torrent file you downloaded onto µTorrent's window.
Choose to open the torrent file instead of saving it to your computer. If you have associated µTorrent with .torrent files, this will work. µTorrent asks on first run if you want to do this, but if you said no, you can go to Options, Preferences and click button labeled Associate with .torrent files to reassociate it.
But before you start downloading, make sure you've followed the µTorrent Setup Guide. It doesn't take long and will help ensure that your torrent experience is faster and more consistent.
Set up uTorrent with a different folder for each of downloads, finished, torrent loader, torrents, finished torrents, etc. Just make them sub-folder of a BitTorrent or similar folder. Set up your browser to download any .torrent or magnet file into the "torrent loader" folder.
Go to a torrent site like eztv.com or eztv-proxy.net or piratebay.se, find the torrent you want to download & download the TORRENT file. It will drop in the "torrent loader" folder & uTorrent will pick it up from there & start downloading the actual file you wanted.
You can download as many torrent files as you want. uTorrent will queue them up according to your settings.
Problems described like this always make me think about virus infections. Many time if you download torrent files, the firewall will become disengaged and the program used to download the torrent will begin to capture the port used by the printer. The printer begins to malfunction as a result.
If you are a torent file sharer, stop the practice of allowing the download program to run unattended. Run the printers installation disc to repair the printer software. scan for port violations and open ports. You might have to stop downloading torrent files.
Hi, DL managers usually split the file into many pieces, but the DL manager tries to grab many pieces at once and often there haven't been enough Ports opened to allow for this so check that also. Sometimesya ISP don't like torrents anyway and restrict that those ports into and out of ya conection..