qBittorrent 4.6 comes almost a year after the qBittorrent 4.5 series and introduces experimental BitTorrent over I2P (Invisible Internet Protocol) support for encrypted and anonymized torrenting. I2P addressing uses a destination rather than an IP and …Read More
This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to install qBittorrent on Linux Mint 21 or 20, as well as qBittorrent-nox for headless servers.
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The qBittorrent 4.5 release appears to be an exciting release for fans of this open-source BitTorrent client. Learn more here.
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After more than half a year of development, qBittorrent 4.4 is finally and it’s the first stable release of popular BitTorrent client to offer a pre-compiled binary in the AppImage universal binary format for GNU/Linux distributions. The good news is that it’s now a lot easier to run qBittorrent on your favorite distro. Created on […]
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