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Bunk torrents!

Figure this. You are downloading Big Buck Bunny, the movie from a torrent site. You download the torrent, open utorrent or any other favorite Torrent client and download the file from hundreds of seeds, all the while uploading bits and pieces of what you have to the outside world. The file will be downloaded fairly quickly. But say for example you see the seeds available are around 5 or even less and the leechers are around 100! That would be a downloader’s nightmare. Solution? I’ll show you how.

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Steps

  1. Download JDownloader and install it
  2. Go to www.filestube.com
  3. Search for Big Buck Bunny

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  4. Prefer the following hosts : mediafire.com, rapidshare.com, megaupload.com

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  5. Copy the links and JDownloader will automatically grab the links

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  6. In the JDownloader Linkgrabber tab you will find the files which you wish to download, the links will be checked for availability. If they are no longer present, they will be marked Offline and you won’t be able to download. You will have to try other links. If they are found Online, right click and click ‘Continue with the selected package’.
  7. Once the download is complete, you can enjoy! Smile

Now how does this help? Well, if you have a premium account your speed will soar, but even for free users the download speed will be close to your normal HTTP or FTP download speed which is way better than what torrents can provide. So I suggest you try this out.

Note : Make sure you download only legal stuff, there is plenty of free stuff available. So be free and don’t be a pirate!

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