uTorrent 2.0 Release Candidate Out

18 Dic/09

The uTorrent developers have just released the first release candidate of upcoming uTorrent 2.0 complete with UDP tracker support and a new transfer cap to track bandwidth usage more effectively. The biggest change in the release candidate is the UDP tracker support which is a different protocol for tracker communication which uses less processing power on the tracker’s end which is good for the sites and services that run trackers.

The new version boasts slight fixes to uTP, an alternative communication method allowing uTorrent to automatically regulate the bandwidth usage to avoid that it has an impact on the Internet connection of the user.

It basically allows one use to download torrents while other users who use the same connection to use the Internet without noticing a big difference. Another addition to uTP is its own form of STUN which is a method of “getting incoming connections without direct connectivity to the Internet” which increases connectivity and speed.

The transfer cap finally was added to aid users with capped Internet connections. Some ISPs limit the monthly bandwidth to a certain amount and the transfer cap allows a user to track the upload and download bandwidth and configure uTorrent to stop transferring once a limit is reached.

utorrent transfer cap

The new uTorrent release can be downloaded from the official uTorrent forum (via Lifehacker).

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