What BitTorrent is?
BitTorrent for Windows is abbreviated as BT. It is a communication protocol for file sharing by one device or server to the other devices using internet. It is peer to peer (p 2 p). All type of software or electronic data can be shared with it. It works in a decentralized manner same as other of it competing software.
The original author for BitTorrent is Bram Cohen. The developers of it are Bram Cohen and David Harrison. The date of its initial release was in 2001. Which is 19 years ago. The repository where the things are managed.
The operating systems it supports are:
Other Specifications includes:
- Type peer-to-peer file sharing
BitTorrent is now one of the most commonly used protocols which are used for transferring large data files. It can include videos which are large in size, audio files which may be songs or other files. Peer-2-peer networks, as counted by February 2009 has over all 40% to 70% of all the internet traffic, which calculation is based on location.
BitTorrent grabbed more then 3% of all world wide bandwidth which is more then half. Total is 6% almost. BitTorrent is a dominant file sharing protocol and it is one of the applications that generate more then average traffic on Internet.
We can also use BitTorrent protocol to reduce the server and network impacts of distribution of the large files which is quite useful. The BitTorrent doesn’t downloads a file from a single source or server but Allows the user to join the group of hosts to download or upload the same file simultaneously which makes it quite faster and reliable.
This is very useful as compared to previous protocols which have only single source, this can work efficiently on the networks which have lower bandwidth.
- Lightning fast mobile torrenting
- Save data in WiFi-only mode
- Download torrents in bulk
- BitTorrent Classic
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- Playback files
- Save network resources