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Bitlord Editor's Review
BitLord is a simple but powerful way to use torrents: a way of filesharing that involves files being split into lots of tiny pieces and then reassembled on your machine (think Mike TeeVee in Charlie & The Chocolate Factory!) The beauty is that you can get different pieces from different sharers, meaning the whole thing runs more smoothly.
There are numerous applications for handling torrents, but BitLord does a great job of making things simple while still giving you as much control as you want. For those fresh to torrenting, the most useful feature is a built-in search engine that saves you having to hunt through countless websites. There's even a useful rating system so you know the files are what they claim to be.
Unlike some torrent applications, BitLord has a feature known as intelligent hashing. What that means for you is that if you close or pause the application, you can come back later and start downloading again straight away without having to wait through a tedious file checking process.
The only real downside BitLord has compared with other applications is nothing to do with torrenting: there are a couple of links to online gaming and adult video chat services that might be off-putting. That said, they aren't obtrusive and you certainly aren't obliged to use the links!
Pros: simple to get up and running, widespread options for advanced users;
Cons: Adult links may offend some users; On-screen layout could be made a little clearer and intuitive;
Conclusion: One of the oldest torrent applications still in use, and for good reason: ideal for beginners and experts alike.
Bitlord Publisher's Description
BitLord — is written in .Net, and it’s like professional liko no other aplication. Very clean, very well laid out, and full of handy options.
It supports simultaneous downloads, download queue, selected downloads in torrent package, fast-resume, chatting, disk cache, speed limits, port mapping, proxy, ip-filter, etc
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