Bit Torrent Tutorials

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Bit Torrent Tutorials The first things you need to know about using Bit Torrent: -- Bit Torrent is aimed at broadband users (or any connection better than dialup). -- Sharing is highly appreciated, and sharing is what keeps bit torrent alive. -- A bit torrent file (*.torrent) contains information about the piece structure of the download (more on this later) -- The method of downloading is not your conventional type of download. Since downloads do not come in as one big chunk, you are able to download from many people at once, increasing your download speeds. There may be 100 "pieces" to a file, or 20,000+ pieces, all depending on what you're downloading. Pieces are usually small (under 200kb) -- The speeds are based upon people sharing as they download, and seeders. Seeders are people who constantly share in order to keep torrents alive. Usually seeders are on fast connections (10mb or higher). In this tutorial, I will be describing it all using a bit torrent client called Azureus. This client is used to decode the .torrent files into a useable format to download from other peers. From here on out, I will refer to Bit Torrent as BT. Which BT client you use, is purely up to you. I have tried them all, and my
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