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It has a very clean interface which provides lots of information about the torrent, trackers and peers. BitComet also has built-in links to various torrent sites and torrent search sites.
For more information on BitComet please read our BitComet guide. It includes information on how to setup the client for optimal performance.
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1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.
+ the graphics look like they are from 1990s!
Best one I've tried (but I get pretty confused with the set up on these, and port forwarding doesn't seem to do anything...)
so i a, rite now trying but i think bitcomet .68 is ok
So you can have youre registered tracker ratio's accurate, features preview so you can watch while downloading..!
Highly Reccomended, after switching from BitLord.
easy to work with
Most of all, it doesnt take as much ressources as azareus does. One of the reason is it's coded in c++!
With peer-exchange / DHT support it is really one of the most versatile bittorrent client
To know if you have the same risk here are some specs:
I run a P4-2.8 Ghz with 512Mb MEM, WinXP SP2 (this could be the problem), MSI Motherboard with build on Realtek AC'97 soundcard. Browser IE6.0.
Under these conditions Bit-Comet is not stable.
But it's still 1 of the best BitTorrent clients i know.
Bit-Comet, however, does not take any CPU, unlike Azureus, which takes 87% of CPU and nearly 3 times as much of Mem usage.
Final thoughts: For more options, use Bit-Comet or Azureus. For more memory and CPU to play games and watch DVD movies, use Bit-Comet or ABC. Since Bit-Comet is in both categories, Bit-Comet is right for you.