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Azureus: A Better Way to BitTorrent

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BitTorrent has become one of the most widely used apps on the Internet — so popular, in fact, that it’s estimated that over 33% of all Internet traffic is now generated by BitTorrent. 33%!

As cool as BitTorrent is, the official client is a pretty spartan. In reaction, numerous other clients have sprung up to offer an enormous variety of features. The best software, however, is Azureus, a Java-based program that runs beautifully on Linux (and Mac OS X and Windows as well).

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