Foe me this is best the fastest downloader that is on the market right now.Easy to customize for rapidsahre, hotfile etc.
Product reviews by 'PRCOQUI'
This also good for widows xp limits
The following was extracted from the xp-AntiSpy help file:
The connection limit was introduced by Microsoft with Service Pack 2 for Windows XP and Service Pack 1a for Windows 2003. It limits the connection requests at a time to 10. This should prevent malware from goin’ bezerk on your system and spreading its seed rapidly all around the network.
Some programs, for example filesharing software, sometimes reach the limit and therefore cannot perform as required without the limit.
Performance is not meant as bandwidth in this context.
You can check for yourself if your system reaches the limit. Take a look in the event viewer (hit start->run and enter Eventvwr.msc). When you click the System entry, take a look at the row named Event ID. If you see the number 4226 being displayed, then your system has reached the limit at that time.
To increase connection limit go to Special>Connection Limit which will bring up a dialog box with a message. Click ‘Yes,I got it’.
Reviewer: DudeBoyz Feb 15, 2007
Version: 1.6.1 Build 490
Utorrent 1.6 Standard, the last final build, was done before the company was purchased and the new code written. That version should be safe I believe and is still an excellent client.
The fact that Utorrent is now owned and being updated by people that have signed agreements with the RIAA and MPAA and NOT the original programmer, should give anybody pause.
If you wish to use Utorrent, I'd simply say stay with the 1.6 Standard final version and do not use anything after that release.
I for one do not wish to support ANY effort by someone so chummy with the RIAA and MPAA, period. I don't see why anybody would want to, especially with the original author no longer coding the program. He cashed out and he's done. Whatever happens from this point forward is no longer something he's involved in, I believe.
If the RIAA and MPAA can't kill 'em, they buy 'em and reprogram them. Bearshare, Utorrent, what's next? They are letting their money do the fighting for them and have ruined what was a fantastic product. Too bad it wasn't made Open Source so someone could continue on the work in the right way.
The backlash against Utorrent is not FUD. Simply looking at who bought the program and who is now updating the code should be enough to convince anybody that the Utorrent we knew is gone. 1.6 Standard is the last REAL version of Utorrent. Anything after that is suspect.