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Old 12-06-2009, 08:41 PM   #11
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Old 12-06-2009, 09:43 PM   #13
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Personally I like to use a custom searcher that just searches everywhere FOR me.

For example: (my personal fav) www.scrapetorrent.com

It searches:
IsoHunt
PirateBay
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Personally I like to use a custom searcher that just searches everywhere FOR me.

For example: (my personal fav) www.scrapetorrent.com

It searches:
IsoHunt
PirateBay
TorrentReactor
SeedPeer
Demonoid
MiniNova
TorrentPortal
BTJunkie
FullDls
I just use google search commands to that lol.
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I just use google search commands to that lol.
Yeah.. But this way I can strip duplicates and zero seeders.
I can also order them by different ways. (number of seeds, size, etc.)
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Search for a torrent using Google, click on whatever it comes across and find the best one for what I need from whatever site.
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Technically it's MTorrent
Technically its the greek letter mu, and its used as the accepted abbreviation for micro, the SI prefix with the multiplier value of 10^-6
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Technically its the greek letter mu, and its used as the accepted abbreviation for micro, the SI prefix with the multiplier value of 10^-6
geek / nerd? .......... lol
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Technically its the greek letter mu, and its used as the accepted abbreviation for micro, the SI prefix with the multiplier value of 10^-6
I'm aware that it's the greek letter for "Mu" which stands for MicroTorrent. It just gets kinda irritating when everyone calls it UTorrent
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