don911

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  1. Ok, I'll check it out! Do you know if there is any way to keep the stats when moving to another client? Especially the 'Added On' date is important to me for sorting/culling.
  2. The latest post on their blog (http://blog.utorrent.com) says: "IMPORTANT: Mac Users will be Automatically Upgraded to µTorrent Web for Mac OS Catalina (v10.15)". It seems like they want to automatically upgrade everyone ahead of Catalina. It seems crazy to put people through this who never intend to upgrade to Catalina in the first place. If anyone has gone through the automatic upgrade and then downgraded back to the desktop version, please share your experience. Especially I'm interested to learn what happens to files that are spread over many hard rives and directories, as well the torrent labels etc.
  3. Hi, I'm on 10.13.6 and utorrent 1.8.7. Is there any way to stop the auto-update to the new web version? I can't imagine that this 'upgrade' would go well for me. On their blog they wrote "You’ll be able to download any file type to store locally in the folder of your choice". This scares me. My data files are saved in many different folders on different drives, and it sounds like utorrent Web may now want everything in one folder? This whole thing seems like a disaster waiting to happen for power users. If I can't stop it, and the auto update happens, if I go back to the desktop version, like they said you could, would everything be back to how it was originally, or will the migration have got rid of things like file paths and statistics etc.