µTorrent incorporates localization support and has language support; therefore it will automatically change to your system language.
The µTorrent software was designed to use only minimal resources, yet still offering the functionality comparable to larger Bit Torrent clients.
Once you get the path/folder location set correctly, Utorrent will proceed to check/match the downloaded content on the HDD and seeding will start as before.
If you’re using the new u Torrent 2.0, you might have noticed that it starts automatically when booting into Windows. Here we show you how to completely disable it from starting automatically.
You may need to uncheck "hide protected operating system files" under Control Panel / Folder Options to see this hidden folder.
u Torrent is a light client from Bit Torrent that uses fewer resources than others of its sort.
Even while occupying little space and consuming few resources, the program remains an excellent tool for downloading all sorts of files using the Bit Torrent protocol.
Should work, but it'll take you a while depending how many torrents you have.
If your previously downloaded data hasnt been removed from the HDD, you just have to download the torrent file only, launch it in utorrent and set the path to the existing/previously downloaded data (this might be tricky and may take 2-3 trials due to folder structure. For safety measure, uncheck all the files so nothing downloads.
I then re-upgraded to 3.4 and all of my torrents were gone.
I attempted to redownload a couple of the torrents without selecting any of the files to save and directed the download to the folder where the files are located.