What is a BitTorrent?

Answer BitTorrent is a file-sharing protocol that uses a network of people to transfer files. A user cannot download an entire file unless he is willing to allow other users to upload a portion of the fi... Read More »

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What is BitTorrent traffic?

A BitTorrent client is computer software that allows users connect to one another to share pieces of files such as videos, music and software; BitTorrent traffic is the uploading and downloading of... Read More »

What Is BitTorrent Uploading?

Bit Torrent Uploading is one of the many functions available with the Bit Torrent application. The application allows users to upload massive file sizes to other computers that have Bit Torrent ins... Read More »

What is bittorrent ratio?

A BitTorrent client is a computer program that allows users to share files over the internet; a BitTorrent ratio, or BitTorrent share ratio, is the amount information a user has uploaded for a give... Read More »

What Is the BitTorrent Protocol?

BitTorrent is a file sharing protocol. A protocol in this context is a way of doing things via software that various software programs follow for compatibility purposes. All BitTorrent clients--fro... Read More »