I understand that using U torrent we can download big files. How to download it?

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  1. ramram100 profile image40
    ramram100posted 9 years ago

    I understand that using U torrent we can download big files. How to download it? and how to use it

    I have browse through net it talks about seeds & peers.  But these are not clear.  I know you are the only person can explain me in detail.  I request you to please help me to understand the features of TORRENT.

  2. Anonymous profile image61
    Anonymousposted 9 years ago

    Okay here are some web sites that may help you:
    http://utorrent.en.softonic.com/ This has some download sites for Utorrent and a brief explanation of what it is.

    I hope that this helps.

  3. ianbong profile image55
    ianbongposted 9 years ago

    Okay let's say you have a file. It's a video called 'I hate homework."

    Then people all over the world also has this video.

    So if everyone creates a torrent file of that video, you'll get a file called 'I hate homework.torrent"

    Basically a torrent file is like a map. You need a software called torrent client to 'read' that map. Utorrent is an example of a torrent client.

    So if you upload the 'I hate homework' video torrent to popular torrent sites like PirateBay.org, people can download that 'map'. Then they can download that video using that 'map' read by the torrent client.

    The actual data (video data) is downloaded from people all over the world who has that exact video with the exact name (I hate homework) who has uploaded their video to torrent sites.

    Torrent works by downloading and exchanging data with all other people who are either downloading or uploading that file. They do this by breaking the file into pieces.

    E.g. I have this piece number 4567, I need that 8375. Then your torrent client will exchange that with another torrent client from another part of the world from another user. All this is done automatically by the software.

    Seeders are basically people who HAVE that file. Imagine people planting vegetables.

    Leechers are people DOWNLOADING that file. Imagine people like worms eating those vege.

    Once seeders become less and less, there are less vege. So more and more leechers come, they eat up all the remaining vege.

    Result: everybody starves. No more vege.

    So seeding is important.

  4. Harry Santos profile image54
    Harry Santosposted 7 years ago

    I made a hub tutorial on how to do these things

    http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Download … r-uTorrent

    i hope you find it helpful smile


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