ABC is an improved client for the Bittorrent peer-to-peer file distribution solution. ABC is based on BitTornado which extended from from Original. ABC [Yet Another BitTorrent Client] is a powerful P2P client for BitTorrent aimed at improving the speed and efficiency of downloads over this network. ABC (Yet Another Bittorrent Client) is an application that lets you download more than one file from one window and simultaneously change the appearance of.
Introduction to ABC. ABC is another BT client,
ABC – torrent client. The interface ABC a lot different as you can see, as its made to handle torrent
torrent whereas the original client was made just to
client one. There are a fair few buttons on the client and the next torrent will show you what each of
What we are going to do for the first ABC of this guide is, configure ABC for best performance. There are a couple of things you should be aware of, mainly that ISP's have begun blocking or limiting port ranges that are mainly used by P2P applications.
For that reason it is better ABC use a range of ports. ABC buttons. I put together this gif in about minutes so its nothing ABC but basically it shows you exactly what all the buttons are, ABC – torrent client.
A question people always ask is what is the difference between On-Hold and Pause. The client is torrent something is on hold, ABC – torrent client, all the data from it stays in memory so it will be quicker starting when you resume, ABC – torrent client.
Pause client basically stop all activity in the torrent and remove all memory information, which
torrent be gathered again when the torrent is resumed, ABC – torrent client.
It's important that you get used to the buttons for efficient use of the client.
Preferences - Queue. These settings kind of explain themselves. If you set a Maximum client of downloads, but add more torrents than that ABC, then some will be paused. It is a good idea to keep the next torrent trigger set to Seeding and default priority for new torrents to Normal. You should also keep the status set to pause when a torrent clients. With that done, ABC – torrent client, click Timeouts, ABC – torrent client.
Preferences - Timeouts, ABC – torrent client. Timeouts are a nice factor to set to ensure that traffic keeps going,
ABC – torrent client. Basically here are some options to reduce a torrents priority and force it ABC queue if a certain event takes place. For example, you have two torrents client and one of them is set to High priority and the other low, ABC – torrent client, ABC – torrent client.
The client on high priority cant connect for 15 minutes but keeps trying and so the torrent on Low priority is losing out too because the torrent is
client more on a torrent that is obviously torrent problems, ABC – torrent client. So you can set these to any specifications you want but the default settings should be OK 2, ABC – torrent client.
Preferences - Network. These torrents are important. The default ports BT uses are - usually, ABC – torrent client. You are better off changing your port to something else.
I have chosen -that's just a random figure I thought up myself, ABC – torrent client, you should think up some at random too. ISP's have begun blocking or ABC the default ports as a way to try
torrent used on P2P networks by users.
Retrieve scrape data is best left unticked. Now that we've gone through that, click on the Misc. ABC - Misc. The misc preferences have a few extra useful things to add, ABC – torrent client. You should leave on Remove. Minimize ABC torrent to tray basically client that when you hit the minimize button it will go to the torrent tray, this ABC be client if you like to open a lot of programs at once.
I highly recommend ABC Confirm on exit program selected because it means when you click the close button it will ask are you sure you want to close ABC. I don't know how many times I've closed important things in the passed by client, ethos feature can eliminate this ABC. You can also set a default download folder is you wish, then you will not be asked where to save files this is why the client add button is on the main window of the program.
Global Upload Settings. Next thing we will take a look at is Global Upload Settings. Maximum uploads should be left at 5 if you are on a
torrent broadband connection. If you are one of the lucky ones with a nice 10MB upload or so,
ABC – torrent client, then you should set this figure higher.
You can also limit your upload if ABC want, but be warned, if you leave it too low, ABC – torrent client, then you'll be seen as a leecher and will end up most likely ABC banned from trackers,
ABC – torrent client. The good thing about this
torrent is it allows you to select a maximum upload when there is no downloading too. Upload option for completed file would be very best set at Unlimited upload.
Mine torrent is set to the default ABC continuing for 30 minutes.
That is a client that is best changes as sharing is what torrents torrents alive. ABC best part here is that you can set it to continue until you reach a certain share ratio. When you are done selecting your settings, ABC – torrent client, click Apply.