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This category is for BitTorrent clients. BitTorrent is a protocol that enables peer-to-peer file sharing on the Internet and BitTorrent clients are computer programs designed for peer-to-peer file sharing using the BitTorrent protocol.

The term 'client' is not precise as BitTorrent is a peer-to-peer (and not a server-client) architecture. So in this case it used to differentiate peer software from trackers, which assist in the communication between peers.

See: Computers/Internet/File_Sharing/BitTorrent/Torrent_Directories_and_Trackers/
Sites that directly promote illegal file sharing will not be considered.
Direct connect is a peer-to-peer file sharing protocol.
Sites that directly promote illegal file sharing will not be considered.
FastTrack is a peer-to-peer (P2P) protocol. It was used by Kazaa, Grokster, iMesh and other file sharing programs.
Sites that directly promote illegal file sharing will not be considered.
Freenet is a peer-to-peer platform for censorship-resistant communication.
Sites that directly promote illegal file sharing will not be considered.
Gnutella is a peer-to-peer network. Gnutella allows you to easily share or search for files such as audio, video and programs.
Sites that directly promote illegal file sharing will not be considered.
Napster was a peer-to-peer file sharing Internet service. Napster allowed you to share mp3 music files with other Napster users on the Internet.
Sites that directly promote illegal file sharing will not be considered.
eDonkey2000 was a peer-to-peer file sharing application. Overnet was a decentralized peer-to-peer computer network. Before the takedown of Overnet and eDonkey2000, the two clients had merged into one client known as eDonkey2000.
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