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Halite 0.4.0.4

Por Eoin O'Callaghan  (Open Source)
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Halite is a free BitTorrent client that is based upon the popular libtorrent library. Halite has been developed in C++ and relies on portable C++ source libraries called Boost libraries to operate efficiently.

  • Lightweight/ small footprint.
  • Managed torrent queue.
  • Support for Magnet URI and disk cache.
  • Super-seeding and Web-seeds included.
  • Support for protocol encryption.
  • Full Unicode support.
  • Minimize to tray option showing transfer rate.
  • Support for 'Log-In' if the required.
  • Create torrent files and edit trackers.
  • Support for forwarding and port randomisation.
  • Shutdown scheduler.

Halite is a simple, yet useful BitTorrent client that has a low memory footprint, a clean interface and is easy to use. It has lots of features such as file selec­tion and/or file pri­or­ity specifications, a man­aged tor­rent queue system, disk cache support, sup­port for Mag­net URI torrents, and super-seeding. It also has the abil­ity to edit track­ers spe­cified in the torrent, and it has the abil­ity to cre­ate tor­rent files. What more could you need?

*Note: Starting with version 0.4.0.1, Halite no longer runs on Windows XP.

Título: Halite 0.4.0.4
Nombre de fichero: Halite-0.4.0.4-x86.msi
Tamaño de fichero: 44KB (45,103 bytes)
Requisitos: Windows (Todas las versiones)
Idiomas: Múltiples idiomas
Licencia: Open Source
Fecha añadida: 21 de marzo de 2016
Autor: Eoin O'Callaghan
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MD5 Checksum: FEEA5A0DA443A600EBE7697242A08BFA

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