qBittorrent Portable 2.7.3 Rev 2 (lightweight bittorrent client) Released

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Submitted by dagardner on May 7, 2011 - 11:32am

PeaZip logoqBittorrent Portable 2.7.3 Rev 2 has been released. qBittorrent is a fast, lightweight bittorrent client with a familiar interface. This release fixes an issue with language selection. It's packaged in PortableApps.com Format so it can easily integrate with the PortableApps.com Suite. And it's open source and completely free. Read on for more details...

Update automatically in the PortableApps.com Platform 2.0 Beta 5 by clicking 'Check for Updates'.



  • Polished familiar user interface
  • Well-integrated and extensible Search Engine
    • Simultaneous search in most famous BitTorrent search sites
    • Per-category-specific search requests (e.g. Books, Music, Movies)
  • All Bittorrent extensions: DHT, Peer Exchange, Full encryption, Magnet/BitComet URIs, etc
  • Remote control through a Web user interface
  • Advanced control over trackers, peers and torrents (queueing and prioritizing)
  • UPnP / NAT-PMP port forwarding support
  • Available in ~25 languages (Unicode support)
  • Torrent creation tool
  • Advanced RSS support with download filters (inc. regex)
  • Bandwidth scheduler
  • IP Filtering (eMule and PeerGuardian compatible)
  • IPv6 compliant

Learn more about qBittorrent...

PortableApps.com Installer / PortableApps.com Format

qBittorrent Portable is packaged in a PortableApps.com Installer so it will automatically detect an existing PortableApps.com installation when your drive is plugged in. It supports upgrades by installing right over an existing copy, preserving all settings. And it's in PortableApps.com Format, so it automatically works with the PortableApps.com Suite including the Menu and Backup Utility.


qBittorrent Portable is available for immediate download from the qBittorrent Portable homepage. Get it today!

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John T. Haller's picture

There's no space... spaces aren't even permitted in filenames in PA.c Format or on SourceForge downloads. It's an underscore as we always use. And it works just fine when I click the link.

EDIT: Or did you mean the updater database? There was a typo in that but it's fixed now.

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