DreadWingKnight

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  1. https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/Q_A/What-is-the-239-255-255-250-traffic-I-see-many-times-in-my-multicast-table-entrties Honestly, norton is more of a security threat.
  2. You don't open APKs with uTorrent.
  3. You'd need to contact them for that information.
  4. Then your "Store .torrent files in" directory is where they'd be found.
  5. That's not the one uTorrent is supposed to be deleting, so it's not deleting it. The one uTorrent is supposed to be deleting is its own copy, typically stored in %appdata%\utorrent.
  6. Is your directory the location your web browser downloaded the torrent to?
  7. There's a specific torrent it's supposed to delete. It's just not deleting the one you're expecting it to.
  8. From the directory you added the torrent from? It's not supposed to.
  9. Which one are you expecting it to delete?
  10. The torrent isn't seeded, nothing wrong on uTorrent's side.
  11. You won't upload if there's no one to upload to OR no one wants to download from you.
  12. Changes to those settings aren't retroactive to already loaded torrents. You won't have to do anything other than change the settings to get things to do what you want.
  13. The functionality you are looking for was never on the files tab in the main window. The file selection window has the checkboxes and that functionality was never removed.
  14. You need to make sure that if you do rename individual files, that you relocate those files in uTorrent's files tab to point to the new name/location. Make sure to do this with the torrent stopped.