BitComet 1.17 Portable MultiLang | 10.44 MB
BitComet is a BitTorrent/HTTP/FTP download management software, which is powerful, fast, very easy-to-use, and completely free. It contains many advanced features that can accelerate your downloading up to 5 - 10 times faster, or even more.
The BitComet program is a multi-threaded multi-protocol hybrid download manager and BitTorrent Peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing application. It supports simultaneous download tasks. To complete a particular download, it can draw parts of files from many sources across different P2P and Client-server protocols.
BitComet's chief features include an embedded Internet Explorer window for the purpose of allowing users to search for torrents within the program. Along with the features typical of contemporary BitTorrent clients, it supports UPnP gateway configuration, bandwidth scheduling, Webseeding, selecting downloads inside a torrent package, and NAT traversal.
When downloading, BitComet prioritizes the first and last portions of media files so that files may be previewed before they are completely downloaded. BitComet also allows users to share their torrent files on a searchable P2P network. BitComet uses the Kademlia (mainline) DHT to operate even when the tracker is offline. BitComet is capable of downloading files over HTTP and FTP as well as bittorrent, and it includes download plugins for Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Maxthon.
An optional plugin is available to connect to the eD2K network. The plugin is a modified version of the GPL eMule program. When installed, it connects automatically to a server.
What's new on v1.17 2009.12.28:
GUI Improved: support download Magnet URI when click "Open Torrent from URL" from file menu
GUI Improved: change "copy BC link" in context menu of task list, Torrent History and Torrent Exchange to "Copy Magnet URI"
GUI Improved: new auto-shutdown condition: shutdown at specified time
GUI Improved: display information of every connection to the same server in connection tab of HTTP task
GUI Improved: add context menu to BT task file list header, to select columns to display
GUI Improved: display the preview buttons of files in BT task file list according to each file's downloading progress
GUI Improved: support mouse wheel in task summary
GUI Improved: remove "Task Content" tab
GUI Improved: highlight the row on which mouse hovers in file list, peer list and tracker list
GUI Improved: rename "Super-Seeding" to "Initial-Seeding" in BT task properties dialog
GUI Improved: display local-language name of every language in Tools menu, besides theirs English name
GUI Improved: remove es_ar language due to the limit in launchpad.net, and add Uighur
GUI Improved: rename Torrent Archive under Torrent Share to Torrent Share under Torrent Exchange, and add Torrent History in addition
GUI Improved: display introduction page when click Torrent Exchange in left fav tree
GUI Improved: new option in BT task page of options dialog: add to Torrent History when open .torrent file
GUI Improved: new option in BT task page of options dialog: list of BitTorrent clients allowed connecting to
GUI Improved: new option in Integration page of options dialog: associate with Magnet URI
GUI Improved: option to restart program immediately when send crash report
GUI Improved: when opening video file, use the player program configured in advanced option
GUI Bugfix: fix many spell mistakes in GUI (thanks to greywizard)
GUI Bugfix: cannot input Web Seed address longer than one row of the input edit-box
Core Improve: support BitTorrent Extension Protocol of metadata exchange, compatible with BitTorrent mainline
Core Improve: support BitTorrent Extension Protocol of report DHT port, compatible with BitTorrent mainline
Core Bugfix: display file failed to create in task log when start new BT task in certain situation
Core Bugfix: can not open torrent file containing multi-files, in which the name field ends with space
1- Internet Explorer Included
2- Flash Player 10 Included
3- Didn't work in Win7
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