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Release Date: June 13, 2009

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Release Date: April 22, 2009

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Transmission 1.5.2

Transmission is a fast, easy, and free multi-platform BitTorrent client.

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Now the lightweight power and performance of µTorrent available for your Mac.

This is beta software, and may contain serious bugs. We think it’s stable enough to share and hope your feedback will help us improve it.

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uTorrent 1.8.1

This release fixes several outstanding issues with 1.8.

µTorrent will never exceed the half-open limit now. This resolves the issue where trackers would all go offline after a few hours and require restarting µTorrent. It also connects to as many peers in 1.7.7 in all circumstances, as the connection distribution system has been fixed.

Furthermore, the crash on Vista has finally been resolved!

We’ve worked around the NOD32 issue, but it’s still a nasty bug in NOD32 2.5/7 and you should really not use IMON, as the issue could potentially affect any program.

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uTorrent 1.8 Stable

Yes. Finally. After a year of development, 1.8 has finally gone stable. The main major feature added is Teredo (see General preferences) and IPv6 support, but there’s a slew of smaller features, changes and improvements. The changelog is absolutely massive, so check it out down below.

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Microsoft has set in the past a default limit of 10 max half-open TPC connections in Windows, in order to protect users from malicious bots, spyware etc.
The problem is that p2p applications (e.g. torrent, eMule) require more half-open connections to function properly.

Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) is installing a new version of the tcpip.sys file.

Therefore if you need to increase your max half-open connection limit, you will have to patch the file again.

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