how to download torrent files Tutorial

      In this tutorial we are goin to learn how to download .torrent files from torrent downloading softwares step by step; click here to know more…

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Downloading Torrents

Things are shared through “torrents,” small files containing text that act as instructions for the tracker.  In order to download files, you hop on your tracker’s website and download the torrent file, which is usually under 30 KB.  You then open that torrent in your chosen BitTorrent and you’ve started to download!  The process is that simple, although there is a lot you can do to make the most of your connection if you play around with your client.

Step by Step

First and foremost, download and install your chosen BitTorrent client.  Here, I’m using uTorrent as my chosen client on Windows.  If you’re using Mac or Linux, it won’t be too hard to follow along using Transmission.

Next, we need a torrent file.  I’ve got a torrent of Countdown’s album “Break Rise Blowing” from Jamendo.


Once you have your torrent file in an easy-to-reach (or well-organized) location, all you have to do is double-click on the .torrent file to load it in your client.

You’ll see uTorrent pop up and you’ll get a dialog with option for the specific download.


Here, you can choose where the torrent will download to, whether or not you want to add it to the top of your queue of torrents, and you can even unmark individual files from being downloaded.  Once you’ve settled on what you’d like, you can go ahead and click on OK.


In the main uTorrent window you’ll see your queue.  From here you can manage your torrents:

  • The Pause button will pause downloading, but keep its connections open.
  • The Stop button will stop downloading and close its connections.
  • The Play button will start downloads once they’ve been paused or stopped.
  • The red X button will give you a prompt to delete your torrent (and files, if you choose).
  • The Up arrow will raise your torrent’s priority amongst all of the currently active torrents.
  • The Down arrow will lower its priority in the queue.

Getting started is just that easy.  The world of BitTorrent is vast, but hopefully this introduction will give you the incentive to take the plunge.  Happy torrenting!