# Change Log
- FEATURE: Add 12 hour and 24 hour speed graphs (dzmat)
- FEATURE: Change "Add new torrent" dialog to horizontal layout (Evgeny Lensky)
- BUGFIX: Fix messed up symbols in log (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Fix incomplete file extension not applied for new torrents (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Save updated resume data for completed torrents (Vladimir Golovnev (Glassez))
- BUGFIX: Fix requested torrent resume data handling (Vladimir Golovnev (Glassez))
- BUGFIX: Prevent command injection via "Run external program" function (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Avoid race conditions when adding torrent (Vladimir Golovnev (Glassez))
- BUGFIX: Fix torrent checking issues (Vladimir Golovnev (Glassez))
- BUGFIX: Use proper log message when there are no error (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Fix torrent properties not saved for paused torrents (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Some improvements on qtsingleapplication code (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Remove limits of "Disk cache expiry interval" setting (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Remove upper limit of "Disk cache" setting (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Fix crash when removing phantom tags (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Improve handleFileErrorAlert error message (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Fix updated save path not saved for paused torrents (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Log save_resume_data_failed_alert (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Don't remove parent directories (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Properly remove empty leftover folders after rename (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Focus behavior row in Options dialog (silverqx)
- BUGFIX: Fix unable to rename folder on Windows when same is used in different case(Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Fix unable to control add torrent dialogs when opened simultaneously (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Disable "Upload mode" when start preloaded torrent (Vladimir Golovnev (Glassez))
- BUGFIX: Fix wrong comparison result when sorting items(Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Fix sequential downloading when redirected (Vladimir Golovnev (Glassez))
- BUGFIX: Fix typos (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Fix assertion fail (Chocobo1)
- BUGFIX: Change number of time axis divisions from 5 to 6 for convenience (dzmat)
- BUGFIX: Don't turn window blank when closed to system tray (Ekin Dursun)
- WEBUI: Fix WebUI encoding of special characters (Thomas Piccirello)
- WEBUI: Change the speed unit from Bytes/s to KiB/s for the rate limiter(jerrymakesjelly)
- WEBUI: Fix '+' char not decoded to space correctly (Chocobo1)
- RSS: Ignore RSS articles with non-unique identifiers (Vladimir Golovnev (Glassez))
- RSS: Perform more RSS parsing in working thread (Vladimir Golovnev (Glassez))
- RSS: Download RSS enclosure element if no proper MIME type is found (Matan Bareket)
qBittorrent is a free, open source application based on Qt toolkit and libtorrent-rasterbar that runs on all major OS such as Windows®, Linux, Mac® OS X®, OS/2 or FreeBSD (including support for over 25 languages).
The primary purpose of this Bittorrent client is to offer an alternative to other similar torrent managers. The main features are:
- similar user interfaces with µTorrent (for a smooth transition).
- integrated and customizable search: on most famous BitTorrent search sites.
- support for all BitTorrent extensions: Magnet/BitComet, Peer Exchange, DHT, etc.
- advanced control for trackers, peers, and torrents (torrent queueing and prioritizing).
- support for UPnP / NAT-PMP port forwarding.
- bandwidth scheduler and sequential download.
- IP Filtering (compatible with eMule and PeerGuardian) and IPv6 compliant.
- detailed torrent info: size, status, seeds, peers, download and upload speed, ratio, etc.
Important: Please be aware that while qBittorrent is a free, open source, clean torrent manager software YOU are responsible for the data you choose to download. Do not distribute or redistribute any illegal content. A good example of a legit torrent can be found on the official GIMP homepage - the download section OR Ubuntu download section. There are many other legit usage examples of how qBittorrent can be used.
Trademark Note 1: Microsoft®, Windows® and other product names are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Trademark Note 2: Mac and OS X are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Note regarding the installation: There's nothing hidden in this app, no bundles, no unwanted ads or anything like that. It's 100% clean, so the setup process should be easy enough and without any unwanted advertising. Just remember that although the application itself is clean, you are responsible for the data that you will upload or download through a torrent.
The first interaction: If you're a fan of the old uTorrent (like me) I am sure that you will appreciate the simple interface. You have access to everything you need to customize this client from "Option" area. The transfers from all torrents will appear on a left column close to the "Search" feature (which requires Python 2.x if you want to use it). You can even lock down qBittorrent with a password if you want to keep your activity private.
Performance: I (and a few friends of mine) was able to reach the maximum speed provided by my ISP on Windows® 8.1 and 10 (100 Mbps). Apparently, such high-speed transfers are achievable from close locations but what I am trying to say is this: there's no limitation coming from this software.
If there's any restriction, it will come (in most cases) from your ISP or hard drive (e.g. if your Internet connection has 1 Gbps you should know that you can't reach this speed with an HDD and you will need a solid-state drive - SSD).
Conclusion: You don't need a manual to learn how to use this client. If you used any other similar client before (uTorrent is the best example) you will need just a few minutes to get comfortable with this program. After a few days, you will feel that you have found the perfect Bittorrent client. The whole FossHub team use and highly recommend qBittorrent (just like all the other apps). If you also find this software useful, please donate folks! The author(s) will appreciate each and every donation!