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ErnieD

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I've used uTorrent on my Mac for several years -- it's simple and reliable. But lately, there are torrents that, due to security requirements on some (private, invite-only) sites, simply don't download. Instead, they sit as downward red arrows and don't change.

When I launch Transmission and import the torrents, they download right away.

uTorrent still works with several sites, but unless there's an update for Mac, it'll soon be a defunct client. And that would be a shame.

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Might as well go all in with Transmission. I've spent a sh1tload of time with it and find it serviceable for all my needs. I still hope but will be ready for the next macOS.

With over 2000 torrents qBittorrent is sluggish to the point of uselessness. Deluge is absolutely worthless with such umbers. Supposedly the beta v2 is fine with huge numbers but I can't get it working on a Mac, plus being a beta most private trackers won't allow it.

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I'm in line. Either uTorrent will release fast modern 64-bit version of the client, either all we are forced to watch la fin d'une belle époque, excuse my French.

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Hey-ho! MacOS 10.15 is at the door, and 32-bit uTorrent has been thrown out right while installing. Bittorrent, Inc  has voluntarily become a part of yesterday...

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