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About Zarggg

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  1. Check the tracker status lines for any potential errors. If you're not sure what to do about them or what they mean, post a thread in the Troubleshooting forum.
  2. Just because it was not in the log before does not mean it did not exist. What uTorrent calls "Computer ID" is more or less essential to the function of the BitTorrent protocol. IIRC, it uniquely identifies your device in the swarm.
  3. My guess is that the resume.dat file was not compatible with an older version.
  4. Speak for yourself... I think EVERY release should have a change log. Listing those "one.. maybe two bug fixes" should be easy enough. Let's people know what to test' date=' or if the changes are even something worth the DL.[/quote'] Seconded. I'm a huge proponent of detailed changelogs with every release. Not necessarily source diffs, where we see the actual code that changed (with uTorrent being closed-source, I doubt they would do that anyway), but summarize each change that was made. If it's just code refactoring, then they can say that and tell us what module it's in, but other than that, I'd like to know exactly what feature is being changed/updated/fixed/removed/etc. Even the "bad" features. I'm still using this client because it feels like the best one for my needs... even with the questionable stuff.
  5. 64-bit processor architecture is not inherently faster than x86/32-bit architecture. It merely takes advantage of 64-bit registers, which are necessary to address RAM when more than 4GB is present in the system and can also slightly improve large number calculations.
  6. Why can't uTorrent go open source? It's freeware anyway. Some people still plan to make money out of it. Cannot do that with open source... Sure you can.
  7. --2013-03-12: Version 3.4 (build 29315) - Change: removed pause-button from toolbar (it's still in the context menu if you need it) Consider this post a request to reinstate the button before this branch moves to release stage.
  8. The program's developers have the right to recoup expenses by partnering with an advertising agent and bundling it with the software. Likewise, you have the right to use other software if you disagree with this.
  9. Edit: Deleted comment; I thought I was on the last page when I made this, but I wasn't.
  10. Actually, this is the release announcement forum. He might have better luck in the Troubleshooting forum first.
  11. That's not how copyright works.
  12. Just to make sure you're aware of the setting's function, "Local Peer Discovery" checks for peers on your local network, i.e., your own private IP range. Is this what you are looking for?
  13. If a given client is being blacklisted by a given tracker, that is a change the tracker's admins need to make. Talk to them.
  14. What are your Bandwidth and Queueing [sic] settings?