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And don’t get me wrong. I am not a fan of piracy. I’m a proponent of privacy. I can almost guarantee that if a massive corporation like the MPAA invests in a BitTorrent client, they’ll be monitoring your downloads.
When I pay $15 for my wife and me to see some feature film—and that’s for a matinee—I have to sit through 20 minutes of commercials (not trailers—advertisements). I could barely stand the commercials to see a Pixar film. I can’t imagine spending $15 and two hours of my life watching the nonsense that makes up 90% of modern American cinema.
I can, in reality. To be fair, I had no idea a film could be as bad as Highlander: Endgame when I saw it. I’m serious. I’d like those two hours of my life back so that I can chew tinfoil instead.
I’m not attempting to explain movie downloads. Downloading movies is a bad idea. I just want people to understand that I hate the MPAA for the same reasons I dislike Wal-Mart, Blockbuster, Disney, and other soulless mega-corporations.
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I was recommended to downgrade to utorrent 1.6 because my ISP is interfering with downloading with utorrent 2.2.1. I followed the instructions, uploading, opening, and installing utorrent 1.6. However, utorrent 2.2.1 was not replaced with utorrent 1.6 as a result of this process. I tried to get support from the BitTorrent forum, but it seems that if you have the ‘cheek’ to go back to an earlier version, you are banned from the forum; I was banned from the forum, just as I had been banned from the utorrent forum a few years ago for challenging the new version’s functionality. I’m hoping things aren’t the same on this website. So I’m curious how to go back to utorrent 1.6. Please assist.
Instead, I’d move ISPs to one that doesn’t force me to use such old tech. Also, I don’t see how it will make a difference. According to what I’ve read, new versions with UTP support are much less infrastructure-intensive. Also, if a private tracker requires you to use a specific version, uninstall it. I’m done with them. New software releases are usually released for a reason.
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According to BitTorrent Inc., Mac users who update to macOS 10.15 Catalina later this year will be unable to use uTorrent. Instead, those who already have uTorrent installed will be automatically updated to the web-based client, according to the company.
Apple will drop support for 32-bit apps in macOS 10.15 Catalina, prompting the switch. Despite the fact that 32-bit apps have been on the decline for some time, BitTorrent Inc seems to have opted against developing a 64-bit Mac client, instead directing users to the web-based alternative.
Although it’s unclear how popular the Mac version of uTorrent is, it’s unlikely it ever achieved the same level of success as the Windows version for a variety of reasons, not least of which was the fact that by the time a Mac version was launched, there were already well-established competitors in the form of Transmission and Vuze.
As a result, in early September, we’ll update Torrent Classic for Mac to Torrent Web for Mac, our newest torrent downloader and player. This is needed to ensure that as millions of users upgrade to the latest version of Catalina, our torrent downloading program continues to function smoothly with it.
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I recently updated the firmware on my LS-CH1.0TL from version 1.10 to version 1.34. With the newer bittorrent client, I was hoping for more options. Although those options are usable, I’ve discovered that since it’s running on the uTorrent 3.0 alpha code, a few of the sites I torrent from are refusing to allow it (so I can’t download…the torrents just sit there with 0 seeds and 0 peers). On the NAS, I’d rather revert to an older version of the bittorrent client. Is it possible to downgrade the firmware? Is there something you should do? Is there a repository for older firmware versions (I wasn’t unhappy with 1.10, so that would suffice)? Thank you for your assistance.
Due to the lack of responses, I’m guessing that downgrading firmware isn’t feasible.
Is there an ETA on a non-alpha version of the Bittorrent client included in the Buffalo firmware if that’s the case?
It is not possible to save the latest configuration of firmware; instead, it is recommended that you search for firmware updates on a regular basis and keep a backup disk handy just in case.