uTorrent is a powerful and efficient BitTorrent client for Windows with over 150 million monthly active users around the world. uTorrent is a software that allows you to share or download torrent files.
Utorrent is a program uses bit torrent technology, which is a way of sharing files sometimes called peer-to-peer. In a bit torrent set-up, many people can upload and download a particular file simultaneously. This means that you can often download a file at a much quicker pace than you could with a straight file-sharing program like Kazaa since that type of program usually only involves two people.
It's the fastest torrent software in the world
uTorrent supports the protocol encryption joint specification and peer exchange. Unlike many torrent clients, it does not hog valuable system resources--typically using less than 6MB of memory, allowing you to use the computer as if it weren't there at all.
Currently, uTorrent is available as a standalone 'lightweight' client that is offered in Free, Ad-Free, and Pro flavors. In its earliest iterations, the company made much of the revenue through toolbar installations, but changes in modern web browsers made that a less attractive proposition. It has since shifted to in-app advertising, which currently generates most of its revenue.
- offered in Free, Ad-Free, and Pro versions