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How to change download path in Utorrent?

by Sanguine_about_denouement / March 7, 2010 1:37 PM PST

I have Utorrent 2.0 installed.Please let me know how can I change the path for download.

I could not find any settings in preference section

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(NT) That's not a question about Windows XP.
by Kees Bakker / March 7, 2010 4:31 PM PST
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by Sanguine_about_denouement / March 7, 2010 10:02 PM PST

So tell me where should I ask?

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Difficult one
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / March 8, 2010 4:58 AM PST
In reply to: @above

You place us in a difficult position.

Forum Policy is not to help with users who use P2P like uTorrent, Limewire, etc, for downloading copyrighted and pirated files such as music, films, commercial software, and so on.

Piracy and Copyright is an oft-used term, but the experience in these forums is that, generally, P2P users use these applications for just such purposes.

Because of that, we are reluctant to give help in any form.


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by Jimmy Greystone / March 8, 2010 5:03 AM PST
In reply to: Difficult one

Except in this particular case, it's a followup to another question about emailing a 700MB file, and I suggested that they try bittorrent.

I can't say for certain the file in question isn't copyrighted, but it seems like a case where the benefit of the doubt should be given.

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Hmm. A good point.
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / March 8, 2010 5:08 AM PST
In reply to: Except

I had thought of that, but I had assumed from the OP's reply here;
that that issue had been resolved using an online file store at

I even checked out that web site and saw the reference to P2P users.

If Sanguine_about_denouement would care to explain more, then perhaps we can help. As it stands I am reluctant to do so.


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you could try this
by jonah jones / March 9, 2010 12:51 AM PST

default download path
double click
browse and select a new path

just remember:
P2P of pirated material is both illegal
and hazardous to your (PC) health


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