Reliable Windows-based bittorrent clients are out there -- sometimes you just have to sift through the rubble before finding an all-in-one great torrent client and media converter like Vuze. The Vuze platform is currently one of the most used torrent clients for Windows, receiving PC Magazine’s Editor’s Choice nod, along with being named “Best free. software download” in 2012 by the same periodical.
Oct 06, 2019. Ubuntu packages. QBittorrent is now available in official Ubuntu repositories since v9.04 'Jaunty'. More up-to-date packages are published on our stable and unstable PPAs. The stable PPA supports Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (only the libtorrent-rasterbar package), 16.04 LTS, 17.04, 17.10 and 18.04 LTS. The unstable PPA supports Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, 17.04, 17.10 and 18.04 LTS. Version: 1.71 Release Date: 2020-9-7 What's New: Release Notes Platform Support: macOS Windows 10/8.1/7/Vista 64bit/32bit Windows XP/2003/2000 32bit macOS. Aug 19, 2020.
This Java-based platform is a multi-use program that not only utilizes peer-to-peer sharing and gathers bits of files from other users to create one complete download; Vuze users can also convert files and even playback completed files directly from the platform. A HD video player plug-in can play high-definition video files the moment download is complete.
Another reason people flock to download this torrent client for Windows is because of its amazing cross-platform usability. This bittorrent for Windows client runs on a multitude of devices, not just your laptop. For example, run Vuze on Windows-based Android phones, such as many HTC devices, the Samsung Galaxy, most current BlackBerry and Motorola phones, even install and run Vuze from your Xbox 360. Vuze for Windows also has the ability to play media on Connected TVs and Windows/Android-based tablet devices.
Installing Vuze on a Windows device is simple.
1. Download Vuze
2. Save the file somewhere you can easily access it later.
3. Once download is complete, “Run” the VuzeBittorrentClientInstaller.exe file, follow the easy installation instructions
If you’re still deciding on a way to download torrents for Windows devices, look no further than Vuze.
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Starting from v3.3.4 all source tarballs and binaries are signed.
The key currently used is:
You can also download it from here
Previously the following key was used to sign the v3.3.4 source tarballs and v3.3.4 Windows installer only:
Current stable version: qBittorrent v126.96.36.199
Download link: 32-bit & 64-bit installers / PGP signature (FossHub)
Mirror link: 32-bit installer / PGP signature (SourceForge)
Mirror link: 64-bit installer / PGP signature (SourceForge)
Current stable version: qBittorrent v4.3.0
May work on older macOS versions. If not, recompile with older Qt version.
Download link: DMG / PGP signature (FossHub)
Mirror link: DMG / PGP signature (SourceForge)
Current version: qBittorrent v188.8.131.52
Download link: TAR.GZ / PGP signature (SourceForge)
Download link: TAR.XZ / PGP signature (SourceForge)
Compile instructions over here.
|libtorrent-rasterbar||1.2 branch latest release|
|Qt||Latest stable release|
|Boost||Latest stable release|
|OpenSSL||1.1 branch latest release|
|zlib||Latest stable release|
|Python (optional, runtime only)||Versions later than 3.3.0|
Select operating system:
qBittorrent is now available in official Ubuntu repositories since v9.04 'Jaunty'.
More up-to-date packages are published on our stable and unstable PPAs.
The stable PPA supports Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (only the libtorrent-rasterbar package), 18.04 LTS, 18.10, 19.10 and 20.04 LTS.
The unstable PPA supports Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, 18.04 LTS, 19.04, 19.10 and 20.04 LTS.
To use these PPAs please use the following command and make sure your version is supported:
Then install qBittorrent by doing this:
qBittorrent and libtorrent-rasterbar are now officially included in Debian. Packages are maintained by Cristian Greco. See this page for more information.
qBittorrent is currently officially included in Mandriva Cooker. You can find more information here.
qBittorrent is currently packaged in the Mageia official repositories. It is packaged by Ahmad Samir. To install it, make sure the online repositories are configured correctly then install it either:
Program cracks and keygens. qBittorrent has been in the OpenSuse official repository since v11.3.
One-click install here.
qBittorrent is officially packaged on Fedora. RPM packages are maintained by Leigh Scott.
See this page for more information.
qBittorrent is available for Slackware through slackbuilds.org. The slackbuild script is maintained by David Woodfall. See this page for more information.
Eric Hameleers is also maintaining binary packages for slackware. Those are available there.
qBittorrent is officially shipped on blackPanther OS CD as the default Bittorrent client. RPM packages are available here.
These packages are maintained by Charles Barcza.
qBittorrent is officially packaged for FreeBSD.
More information about the port can he found here.
To install qBittorrent, you should issue the following commands:
qBittorrent is available in HaikuDepot.
You can download it from here.
qBittorrent is available on eComStation (OS/2) via this download page.
This package is maintained by Silvan Scherrer.