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      15.04.2010 21:56
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      One of the best torrent sites going.

      Bittorrent.com is an open source file sharing application in which any media can be distributed from any computer to any other computer, through the magic of the internet.

      The site offers myriad torrents, all of which are easy to find with the relatively user friendly search and info bars though not as many as say, TorrentReactor, Seedpeer or Torrentz, it's got a good selection, and most of the torrents are active with a good number of peers. You can usually find obscure and popular media easily and download it fast with this site and the client - that is, the actual application which is free and very fast, though not quite as good as uTorrent.

      Download any CDs, DVDs, Games, Software, eBooks, System Tools, Pictures, and MP3s completely free with this website with only the most negligible risk of spyware or malware.

      Although the client is a little complicated at first (you need to learn to seed and download torrents, applying broadband allocation settings, queues and such, and then installing Daemon Tools like PowerIso or MagicIso to mount digital drives, it soon becomes very easy to use, with a very simple interface, and all downloads are fast and reliable, so long as they're being seeded.

      I absolutely cannot comprehend why more people do not receive their media this way, rather than paying 16 pounds for a CD at HMV. What's going on, seriously?

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      Free, open source file-sharing application effective for distributing very large software and media files.