YouthHustle YouthHustle.com Skip to main content

TorrentRover 1.0.7 Beta

TorrentRover 1.0.7 BetaTorrentRover is helping client that can help in getting needed content via BitTorrent Protocol. It was started in June 2009 by John Loper II.  It was originally designed to be nothing more than a small helper tool intended for private use.  It’s primary purpose was to keep search results up to date and find weekly broadcast TV shows.  As the program took shape and more features were added, it became obvious that it was something that many people could benefit from.

TorrentRover searches the most popular torrent sites to get the best results. We currently search KickAss Torrents, ThePirateBay, BitSnoop, IsoHunt, and ExtraTorrent. And we're always improving and adding more torrent sites.

Just double click. That's it. No popups and no deceiving ads like on some websites. And TorrentRover can even download torrents automatically when you set up a recurring search to grab that weekly show you don’t want to miss.

Picking the right result is where TorrentRover separates itself from its web site counterparts. You can use the quick search field to get fast results, or you can add a custom Rover for more specific results. TorrentRover will always passively suggest the best torrent so you can easily find what you want. And TorrentRover includes torrent details such as user comments, file list, and trackers to help you out too.

Want to download your favorite TV show every week? Click the “Add Rover” button and create a new weekly Rover and TorrentRover can automatically download it every time there’s a new episode. There’s no need to search for individual episodes.

TorrentRover has integration with the internet's top sites so you can find all relevant information on what you're searching for. Just click on a plugin and TorrentRover will pull up what you're looking for in Wikipedia, Google, IMDB, Last.fm, and others.

TorrentRover now comes in a portable version. You can put it on your flash card or thumb drive and take it with you. And it won't leave a trace on the machine when you leave.

If you don't like something about TorrentRover, change it. Almost everything about TorrentRover is configurable in Preferences. So if you're the nerdy type who has to set everything just right, you'll love TorrentRover's Preferences.

When you are looking for something specific or want a series of downloads such as a TV show, you can use TorrentRover's advanced search. Here you can pick category, result frequency, resolution, search sites, search formats, and more. There are even automation features you can set so that TorrentRover will download automatically without further input.

TorrentRover is written to run on generic definitions. Search sites, search formats, plugins, proxies, and more can all be updated without having to upgrade the TorrentRover application itself.

Features:


  • Clean and Simple user interface
  • Fast searches
  • Detailed information on torrents (files, trackers, user comments)
  • Helpful plugins (Imdb, Wikipedia, Google, eBay, Amazon, MetaCritic, etc.)
  • Proxy server to protect your search privacy
  • Automated downloading

Download the Software (TorrentRover 1.0.7 Beta):

File Name: TorrentRoverSetup.exe
Software Name: TorrentRover
Version: 1.0.7 Beta
Developer: TorrentRover
File Size: 4.6 MB
Official Link: https://www.torrentrover.com/

Download TorrentRover 1.0.7 Beta

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

KchmViewer 7.6

Kchmviewer is a free, open-source CHM (aka MS HTML help) and EPUB viewer written in C++ for Unix, Mac and Windows systems. Unlike most existing CHM viewers for Unix, it uses Trolltech Qt widget library, and could optionally be compiled for better KDE integration. It does not require KDE, but may be compiled with KDE widget support. Since version 5.0 it uses the Webkit API to show the content.

The main advantage of kchmviewer is the best support for non-English languages. Unlike other viewers, kchmviewer in most cases is able to correctly detect the chm file encoding and show it. It correctly shows the index and table of context in Russian, Spanish, Romanian, Korean, Chinese and Arabic help files, and with new search engine is able to search in any chm file no matter what language it is written.

kchmviewer is written by George Yunaev, and is licensed under GNU General Public License version 3. It uses chmlib to handle the CHM files, and some ideas from xchm.

Features:CHM and EPUB forma…

WinPatrol 34.11.2016.27

WinPatrol alerts you to hijackings, malware attacks and critical changes made to your computer without your permission. As a multipurpose support utility, WinPatrol replaces multiple system utilities with its enhanced functionality.

WinPatrol was the pioneer in using a heuristic behavioral approach to detecting attacks and violations of your computing environment. Traditional security programs scan your hard drive searching for previously identified threats. WinPatrol takes snapshots of your critical system resources and alerts you to any changes that occur without your knowledge.

You'll be removing dangerous new programs while others prepare to update their definition/signature data files. WinPatrol runs on Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, Windows 10 & supports Windows 64-bit features without conflicts with other programs.

Adding WinPatrol to your arsenal of protection provides a layered security approach required when even legitimate programs try to install unwante…

Wine 1.9.24

Wine is an open source software that enables Linux, Mac, FreeBSD, and Solaris users to run Windows applications without a copy of Microsoft Windows. Wine is free software under constant development. Other platforms may benefit as well.

Wine makes it possible to take advantage of all the Unix strong points (stability, flexibility, remote administration) while still using the Windows applications you depend on. Unix has always made it possible to write powerful scripts. Wine makes it possible to call Windows applications from scripts that can also leverage the Unix environment to its full extent.

Wine makes it possible to access Windows applications remotely, even if they are a few thousand miles away. Wine makes it economical to use thin clients: simply install Wine on a Linux server, and voila, you can access these Windows applications from any X terminal. Wine can also be used to make existing Windows applications available on the Web by using VNC and its Java/HTML5 client.
Wine is O…