Set Download and Upload Speed Limits in uTorrent Client in Windows 7
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- 5For example, to speed up the download, we should limit the upload rate. When the download finishes, we may need to "seed" files. That means that we have to increase the speed of the upload at that time. To do this, we need to set the maximum upload rate first. It is set in kilobytes per second.For example, the download and upload limits are set to 0 by default, which means that they are not limited.
- 8We keep it at 0, which means that there will be no limit. We can do the same thing to the download rate. The speed of the download will be determined by the seeders and the speed of their upload rate.For the program to increase the speed of upload when the download finishes, we need to check "Alternate upload rate when not downloading (kB/s):".
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