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Everything is very smooth and I've never experienced issues.
This is important with any program and u Torrent certainly passes. For example, if you're in the middle of downloading files and you realize your network bandwidth is being almost entirely consumed by u Torrent, you can quickly right-click the icon in the notification center and change the download or upload speed limit to something less extreme, or even pause everything all together.
Our investigations show that these tend to occur after upgrades from one pre-release build of Windows Vista to another version.
If you’re encountering this issue, first make sure that the feed URL is still valid by manually updating the feed (press F5 while viewing the feed in IE7).
This means you can crank up the allocated bandwidth u Torrent can use during hours when you're away and lessen it when you're more likely to be on your computer.
We’ve received some reports of users noticing that their feeds subscription stop updating after upgrades.
If no error shows up, then the following steps might help diagnose and fix the issue. Note: The following steps are *not* addressing Outlook 2007’s RSS support. [10/12/2007] Inserted a note that this post does *not* help with Outlook 2007, this post is focused on the Windows RSS Platform and applications built on top of the platform, for example: Internet Explorer 7, Vista Sidebar Feed Gadget, …
If you are having issues with feeds in Outlook please refer to the Outlook blog.
It was basically the only torrent downloader I had heard of.
This can be done similarly using the feed, a window will pop up: Paste the URL into the Feed URL field, and you can select an alias (rename), which will make it easier to find. Enter anything you wish that will help you identify what will be downloaded.
Make sure the "Do not automatically download" button is selected. In the Filter field you enter what it is that you want the feed to look for.
These are links to the rss feeds for specific users on
Obviously any rss feed that includes links to download torrent files (or public magnet links) will work also.