Tixati is a peer to peer client software that allows users to download Torrents. It works for the Windows operating system as well as Linux. It features no spyware or adware as the program offers clients complete and total privacy. If using the Windows OS you can download and install Tixati on the 32 bit or either the 64-bit version of the system or even use a portable version of the torrent downloading program as well. Upon downloading the program and adding a torrent into it you'll be happy to notice that the program will start to download the torrent immediately.
You are also allowed to select outgoing limits in KB's (kilobyte) or even configure within the program advances rules such as seeding ratios and trading traffic within the client. Tixati also allows people to disable the screen in the settings tab so torrents are able to be added directly into the client without any user interaction.
Tixati has plenty of features including supporting DHT, users can also join channels and communicate with each other using a Decentralized channel. IP Filters are also embedded in the program along with bandwidth throttling and importing torrents from RSS feeds.
It doesn't need Java or .Net frameworks for it to work as it's completely self reliant.
You can also schedule torrent downloads that will fit around when you want them. Tracker and peer support are available as well along with encryption of peer connection.
Another proof the software is that it's fully self-sufficient as it doesn't have to depend on .NET frameworks or even java programs.
The portable edition of Tixati is solely meant to run on USB flash drives or any other portable media devices. It's completely self-contained and keeps all user configurations files embedded within an executable folder that stores all the paths and formats are relevant to the binary files on the program.