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Wendy Boswell

Convert your torrent files with Torrent2exe

By May 15, 2008

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torrent2exe Whether you're a seasoned torrent user or just starting to learn about 'em, you know that sharing torrents with other people....well, it's frankly a pain in the patoot, especially if you're trying to send your computer-phobic Mom a copy of a really great eBook you just downloaded and she can't figure out how to open it (speaking purely hypothetically, of course).

However, that's where Torrent2exe comes in. Basically, this site will turn torrent files into .exe files, which means that your computer-phobic Mom can just double-click on the file and open it, rather than having to install a torrent client to process it. In addition, Torrent2exe also gives you the ability to publish your favorite files on your site or blog to share with everyone, simply and easily.

Wait - what's this torrent stuff?

  • What are Torrents?: BitTorrent networking is the latest form of Internet P2P (peer-to-peer) file sharing. BitTorrent works by simultaneously downloading small bits of files from many web sources, is extremely easy to use, and is completely non-profit and free of user subscription fees.
  • The Top Ten Sites for Movie Torrents: Looking for movie torrents? It's easy to be overwhelmed with the number of torrents found in an average search engine query. I've made finding the best movie torrents with my list of the Top Ten Sites to Find Movie Torrents.
  • 50 Torrent Tools: BitTorrent technology, while somewhat controversial, is here to stay. You can use BitTorrent to download music, movies, software, and more - and since BitTorrent is so easy to use, the rise of useful BitTorrent tools seems to have no end in sight. Here are my picks for the top fifty most useful BitTorrent tools that will increase your BitTorrent productivity.
Comments
May 17, 2008 at 2:48 pm
(1) Brick Marketing says:

Great Torrent tools! Looking forward to taking advantage of it!

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