Deluge was created by two members of Ubuntu Forums, Zach Tibbits and Alon Zakai. At the beginning it was hosted and maintained in Google Code, however, later it was moved to its own website. In its initial development stage, Deluge was known as gTorrent because it was a BitTorrent client for GNOME (the "g" in "gTorrent" refers to "GNOME"). When the first version was released to the public on September 25, 2006, they changed the name to Deluge since there was already a program called gtorrent on SourceForge, and also to avoid the implication that the client was only for GNOME. Version 0.5 the code was completely rewritten from the 0.4.x branch. The 0.5.x branch added support for encryption, peer exchange, binary prefix, and UPnP. Shortly after launching version 0.5.1, the creators abandoned the project leaving Mark 'markybob' Pinto and Andrew 'walk' Resch to continue the development on their own. Version 0.5.4.1 was supported for Mac OS X (via MacPorts) and an installer for Windows is available. With version 0.5.8.8 they were retracted due to an error that caused Deluge to be blocked to some users. From version 1.1.1 to version 1.1.3, the installers for Windows were temporarily out of service because the Windows wrapper left the project. After version 1.1.3, developers no longer provide packages for operating systems; instead, by providing the source code in tar packages, the community packages it for each operating system.
Creation of torrents Complements implemented as modules Deluge supports the following connection options: DHT main support Exchange of uTorrent pairs BitTorrent protocol encryption UPnP and NAT-PMP Proxy support for pairs, DHT trackers and web seeding Private torrents, In addition, it offers the following characteristics: Allows the download of multiple files from a single window Full preassignment and compact assignment Global and individual speed limitation for each torrent Allows you to select files from a torrent before starting the download Option to prioritize the first and last pieces of a file to allow media preview Allows you to specify a global download folder and a completed file folder Queue system for better bandwidth management between downloads Allows you to stop sharing a file once a specified proportion has been reached Allows to be minimized to the system tray and, optionally, protected with a password
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It's better because the one I had before was something slow but this is the best and it helps me a lot in my activities that I do at home sitting on my computer relaxed because it is the best operating system
It is not uncommon for many applications that are successful in other operating systems, such as Linux, to get their version for Windows as well. A clear example is Deluge, a free and open source P2P client that specializes in facilitating the download of files through the BitTorrent network, one of the most used file exchange networks of the moment. Its interface is clear and simple and has a number of options to adjust the configuration of the program to our needs, both in aspects related to the connection and file management. In addition, Deluge allows the installation of add-ons, which increase the functionalities already included by default in the application.