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What is Torrentz?:

Torrentz is a BitTorrent metasearch engine. Torrentz searches for torrent files from a variety of other torrent sites: YouTorrent, Isohunt, Public Domain Movie Torrents, etc., and provides links to the torrent file you're looking for.

How do I use Torrentz?:

Torrentz is organized into six distinct categories: All, Web, Movies, TV, Music, or Games. You can browse these categories by clicking on the tabs at the top of the page, check out the tags underneath the main categories, or sample the latest offerings by scrolling down the page.

If you see anything you're interested in, click on the link and you'll be taken to the site that hosts that particular torrent (remember, Torrentz does not host these torrents; it only provides links to them). Each link offers several different filters: you can order your results by relevance, date, size, or peers. Once you've found a file, click on the URL and you'll see a (potentially) long list of download locations where that particular file can be found online.

Torrentz search help:

Torrentz offers quite a sophisticated search structure. You can frame your search query here several different ways, including:
  • green widget - search for green and widget anywhere
  • "green widget" - search for the words "green widget"
  • Widget | Gadget - search for Widget or Gadget
  • green widget -purple - search for Green AND Widget but NOT purple
  • ^Widget - search for titles starting with Widget

All about Torrentz:

Torrentz is a torrent metasearch engine, meaning that it looks at dozens of different BitTorrent sites and search engines, bringing back results from all of them for a more robust search experience.

All files found using Torrentz are part of the BitTorrent file sharing technology, a revolutionary protocol used to distribute big files to a large group of people no matter where they might be located. In order to find, share, or download BitTorrent files, searchers need to first locate a torrent client, then use Torrentz or another torrent search engine to find a file, then simply use the client's internal search and organizational capabilities to download the content.

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