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    Is it possible to move all the torrents from utorrent to another client?

    i have decided i would like to try another client but want to keep uploading what i have.

    Cheers, 3lions

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    go to start press run and type
    %appdata%

    a folder will came up with a bunch of folders in there
    enter to a folder called utorrent ,that folder holds any torrent that are to be found
    inside the utorrent client

    right click on the torrent you want to upload using the other client
    press open with and look for the other cllient or simply open the cother client and drag the torrent to it it will ask you where to put it you must put it in the same location you putted before or else it wont upload...just download all over again

    hope that helps

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    hi, thanks, i was just about to say 'Doesn't matter now, i think i have done it now!' and i am using the method you said so thank you

    3lions

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    nice reply etai3000 , thx

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    lol, i decided to stick with utorrent in the end after all...it seems to be the best there is! but that's just my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by threelions00 View Post
    lol, i decided to stick with utorrent in the end after all...it seems to be the best there is! but that's just my opinion
    I agree with you there.. It tends to use a whole lot less sustem resources than any other clients I have ever used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melvinmeow View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by threelions00 View Post
    lol, i decided to stick with utorrent in the end after all...it seems to be the best there is! but that's just my opinion
    I agree with you there.. It tends to use a whole lot less sustem resources than any other clients I have ever used.
    Yup. People who still use clients like BitTornado really baffle me. BT is complete crap.

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    If you do end up moving files back and forth between clients remember to disable the !ut extensions. I used to move files from client to client when they hung at 99.9%. That hasn't happened to me in over a year though.

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    Also, utorrent creates the smallest .torrent files I have ever seen

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