Mac users who upgrade to macOS 10.15 Catalina later this year won’t be able to use uTorrent, as has been confirmed by BitTorrent Inc. Instead, the company says that those with uTorrent installed will automatically be upgraded to the web-based client instead.
Multiple uTorrent and Windows Defender users have reported that Windows has begun to flag uTorrent as "Potentially Unwanted Software," something that developer BitTorrent Inc says is nothing more than a false positive.
New uTorrent vulnerability 2018 allow attackers to inject malware in PCs and fetch their download history. Here’s how you can fix the problem.
uTorrent now features an integrated and built-in Game Store in the app, here are the details on what is it all about.
After some of the apps bundled in the uTorrent installer were flagged as malware by anti-virus software, the people behind the BitTorrent client have started to explore other ways of making money, though it would seem that they aren't yet sure exactly what that will look like.
Here's how you can uninstall or remove uTorrent EpicScale from your Windows PC completely. More details and step-by-step guide can be found right here.
As far as file sharing goes, BitTorrent is one of the most frequently-utilized platforms, and in terms of clients, uTorrent (stylized µTorrent), is easily the most popular. Its clean, minimalistic interface and resourceful nature are the two key reasons for the application becoming the most popular around, and for the some 480 million Android users, that ease-of-use can now be enjoyed on Google's market-leading platform.