I just learned that uTorrent was mining bitcoin on users' computers, so I was looking for a replacement. One is Deluge, and (removed) is providing a proper PortableApps.com formatted version of it, among other apps.
"We believe that free/open source software is enough, we don't need pirated softwares on Windows. But most of these aren't portables, or provided by PortableApps.com due to .NET dependencies, 64-bit etc. So we provide what's missing here.
Software publisher who wishes their portablized software taken down, can tip us through (removed). We promise to take it down without questions, but please be patient—we might not be able to respond promptly, but we eventually *will* ...thanks for your patience, and sorry for being such a #naughty uploader ;)"
I'm not sure about my .NET version, I'm sure about my 32-bit Windows, so, in the case of Deluge, I'm not sure to which parameter it currently does not pass to be featured here.
Years ago it has been mentioned on the forum, I wonder if things has possible changed. John, do you see a possibility for cooperation with them, some, if not all their apps might apply here as well? If nothing else, at least there could be A) and B) PortableApps, A) fullfilling all the strictest criteria, while B) might pass only more loosely defied criteria (like 64-bit and .NET is allowed). (removed) is already doing the heavy lifting of adding their apps, at least, the user could launch and easily update them from a single launcher.
Sure, they have many new browsers, some people don't want that many, while others just can't get enough of them. https://portableapps.com/comment/230029#comment-230029
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