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Tech advice and tips: in this video, you will learn about downloading free music and more through Bittorrent.
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Welcome to PCWizkid`sTechTalk! So, where do you download your music from? As you can see I'm playing music in the background here that I downloaded from Torrents so Nine Inch Nails has on their website, free music basically under the Creative Commons License. Some of their music is available for free and that is what I’m playing here in the background. It’s one of my favorite bands. I've gone to see them and they actually have some other concert available for download using Torrents.
I use a uTorrent utility. This is a free utility that you can download and I’ll show in a second. From the website, the Nine Inch Nails website that I go to, they have official links to downloading music, downloading the concert. You just double click on the link and then it opens up to uTorrent utility which I have installed and then from there I can go ahead and pick and choose what it is that I want to download relating to that Torrent file. So obviously, I can select here one of the many HD video files that I now just recorded. And made available for free and I'm downloading that onto my G-drive for example so, very, very flexible this uTorrent utility. I'm using many different utilities. I don’t know which ones you might have been using but many of them are free, some of them are not.
This one here is obviously free, this utility and I'm using to download the free music from Nine Inch Nails under the Creative Commons License. As you can see there’s lots of tabs here but that’s to track where your files are being shared and downloaded from the IP addresses of all the people that are downloading for example. This is a P to P like a peer to peer type of utility so it’s still using that—type of mentality right when we’re talking about sharing and utilizing each others bandwidth to download faster basically. That’s what the Torrents are all about. And there’s tons of features in here so you can automate your downloads, RSS Feed into downloads and websites that have constant updates, tons of flexibility on allocating the bandwidth, how much you want to allocate to uploading and downloading, enabling ports. I didn’t have any problems at all running this in XP Vista Windows 7, it works across the board. No problem. Even in Ubuntu, there is different flavor of course of this type of utility, for Linux as well right and even for the Mac.
For the Mac, they have different types of Torrent utilities as well. The one that I'm using today is 1.8.3 from uTorrent. I like this one very much. It’s tiny, it’s light weight, it doesn’t use a lot of resources, it’s fast. I can’t really ask for more. I mean this is a very sweet little tool. Again, if you are not sure or planning on downloading a Torrent utility, this one is a safe utility to download. Just go to www.utorrent.com and get the free download from there and then after you go to your favorite websites that have Torrent files and Torrents for download, in my case it was the Nine Inch Nails website. They have the album—and other cool concert videos and staff like that that I can download and listen to so there you go. I hope you enjoyed this video and thank you for watching.