amirite

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  1. V 3.3.2 (build 30303) seems to work a little bit better, as in it doesn't slow my PC to a crawl like it used to, but still sluggish.
  2. And by minimal you mean PC completely freezing on you, not even being able to load a picture if you download ONLY ONE torrent, at a time, that's over 4 GBs, because I'm pretty sure that's not minimal. I've reported this memory leak problem about 8 months now and and even after all this time nobody can't be arsed to have a look at it and try to fix it. I was expecting more from the BitTorrent Inc. staff, but I guess I was wrong. They took something that worked great and decided to throw it out the window. I'm sorry for my little rant, but I've been using utorrent heavily each day for the past 7 years and now I can't even download one torrent that's over 4 gigs. And before you tell me to try to change my settings, don't bother. I already tried that and then some. Still same memory leak error. For what's it worth these are my PC specs: Processor: Intel Pentium E5400 Dual-Core @ 2.7 GHz RAM: 4 GB DDR2 800 MHz HDD: 500 GB Caviar Blue SATA Video card: Sparkle GeForce GT240 1024 MB DDR2 Mainboard: Biostar G41-M7 ver: 6.4 Source: 450W OS: Windows 7 Enterprise 32-bit Not the greatest PC, I know, but I should be able to download a 4 gigs + torrent without having my PC freeze. Only thing that worked a little bit for me, and by that I mean no more Disk Overloaded 100% error but still computer freezing and memory leaks, is to turn diskio.sparse_files to TRUE. Figure this stuff out before ppl start giving up on utorrent.