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Well, that's probably useful, but it's an executable. Adding more programs to a system isn't necessarily the best, but the addon mentioned above is really just extending the functionality to an already running and installed program.
While that is true, I think its less of a chore when you can click on a torrent and it will automatically open uRemote and start downloading. Besides with all the ram and processing power in today's PC I doubt you would notice any performance drops.
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While that is true, I think its less of a chore when you can click on a torrent and it will automatically open uRemote and start downloading. Besides with all the ram and processing power in today's PC I doubt you would notice any performance drops.
With that plugin I click on the torrent link and it immediately transfers to the running utorrent system you've put into the plugin, no extra programs starting. It's actually less system intensive, not that utorrent will push a system at all....
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yea, I was going to say what about other users with chrome like myself. But I found an extension for google chrome as well. You were right it is much easier as far as getting torrents to start downloading on the server.
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