Transfer Files Easily Using BitTorrent

BitTorrent is a wonderful protocol that makes transfer of big files simple. Have you ever wanted to send a huge file to your friend (such as the ISO image of that wedding DVD you can’t mail to your friend)? Well, here’s the answer. Download a program called uTorrent at www.utorrent.com and install it. Now, open it (it will probably open by itself once you’re done installing it). Then click on the file menu, and click on Create New Torrent (or press “Ctrl + N”). A window will pop up. In “Select Source” click either on Select File (if it’s only one file you’re making the torrent of), or click on Add Directory to add a whole folder of files to the torrent you’re going to distribute. Once you’re done that, click on the “trackers” field and paste this in:

http://www.torrent-downloads.to:2710/announce

http://denis.stalker.h3q.com:6969/announce

udp://denis.stalker.h3q.com:6969/announce

http://www.sumotracker.com/announce

These servers track the downloading and uploading from the peers.
Type in a comment for your downloaders in the “comment” section.

Check the “start seeding” checkbox but leave the “private torrent” box alone.

Click on “Create and Save As”. Save that file in “My Documents”, and send that file to any people who want to download the file. Then leave uTorrent open for a long long time, and when you are leaving it open, you are sending the file to the people who are going to recieve it. Tell them to leave uTorrent open for a long time too, so everybody gets a chance to get the file. If you want to publicly share your torrent, go to http://www.mininova.org/upload and upload it for the whole world to see!

Hope this will help!

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  • DV

    It’s a nice solution. But I’m working on an even easier one. It’s called Podmailing and it doesn’t need any port configuration nor other settings.

    The upload begins instantly and when it’s completely done, you can close Podmailing and even shut your Internet connection down.

    You can discover it here : http://www.podmailing.com/download.html

  • DV

    It’s a nice solution. But I’m working on an even easier one. It’s called Podmailing and it doesn’t need any port configuration nor other settings.The upload begins instantly and when it’s completely done, you can close Podmailing and even shut your Internet connection down.You can discover it here : http://www.podmailing.com/download.html

  • Connor M.

    Podmailing! I wouldn’t of thought of it!

    Cool idea, I’m downloading it right now!

  • Connor M.

    Podmailing! I wouldn’t of thought of it!Cool idea, I’m downloading it right now!

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