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via Softpedia – By Silviu Stahie
Deluge is a BitTorrent client developed for multiple platforms, which provides full functionality and comes with a vast array of plugins that extend its uses.
It’s not clear why, but Deluge has lost some of its fans along the way, in favor of other similar solutions. The reasons are not apparent because this is an excellent client and it deserves our attention and consideration.
The speed of Internet connections has risen slowly over the years, and BitTorrent clients have popped up all over the place. As it stands right now, there are few applications that perform the same tasks, but the differences between them are almost inconsequential.
Nonetheless, Deluge has quite an interesting history. It was developed by Zach Tibbitts and Alon Zakai and, at first, it was called gTorrent. As the name suggests, it was initially targeted for the GNOME environment. After the launch, it was modified in order to support any platform that makes use of GTK+.
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