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BitTorrent 7.9.2 Build 34026
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8
License
Open Source
Release Date
19 September, 2014 (3 years ago )

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System Requirements of BitTorrent 7.9.2 Build 34026
  • Windows XP
  • Windows XP x64
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows Vista x64
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 7 x64
  • Windows Server 2003
  • Windows Server 2008
  • Windows Server 2003 x64
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 8 x64
  • Windows Server 2012
  • Windows 8.1
Program Information of BitTorrent 7.9.2 Build 34026
Version Name:
BitTorrent 7.9.2 Build 34026

File Size:
1.86 MB

Released Date:
19 September, 2014 (3 years ago)

MD5 Checksum:
75D0360792EFD9E3D6E871E20244578F

SHA1 Checksum:
93050B79639E58BF31EDFDD10158EA2DF2577DFD

Version History of BitTorrent 7.9.2 Build 34026
  • Change log not available
BitTorrent Screenshots
BitTorrent DNA Switch on a secure peer-to-peer content delivery service that accelerates streams and downloads at much lower costs than traditional CDNs.… More
This section provides descriptions of all options available in the BitTorrent 7.6.1 Build 27190 Preferences dialog. More
When you open a normal .Torrent file, it will appear with this screen, and you will be able to check/uncheck the boxes next to the names of each file… More
About BitTorrent

The BitTorrent client enables a user to search for files in the .Torrent (pronounced "dot torrent") format and download them. The current client enables a host of features including multiple parallel downloads. The client also intermediates peering between itself, source file servers ("trackers") and other clients, thereby yielding great distribution efficiencies. The client also enables users to create and share torrent files.


Updates : BitTorrent Updates

Did You Know?

BT comes with a small piece of software called DNA. The BT site calls it protocol for "Delivery Network Acceleration," but beyond a nebulous description, it's hard to tell what exactly it does.