A few notes on the upcoming changes to uTorrent in Announcements Posted August 12, 2012 · Report reply Just like the torrent sites that continually go down, there WILL be other clients to rise - one just hasn't because, until now, it wasn't really needed.So, if you move forward with this, you *WILL* get one of three results - 1) people will remain on an older version, 2) SOMEONE *WILL* find a way to block the ads, 3) SOMEONE *WILL* develop a new client that does what the "old" uT did.This is what happens when a COMPANY buys out a good program - happens EVERY time.What I used to get from torrents, I now get from the novel new idea called usenet. They have been there all along, I just didn't know the right newsgroup. Don't know what you mean by rise, but if you mean become the most used. Maybe. I have used several including Vuze, Transmission, KTorrent, qBittorrent, and uTorrent for Linux. All do what I need a torrent client to do, download, seed the torrent, and be secure. That is all they need to do.As far as ads go I would just ignore them.