Tribler BitTorrent Client Sees New Release [Ubuntu PPA]

Tribler is an open source, decentralized peer-to-peer client based on the BitTorrent protocol, available for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X.Like other BitTorrent clients, Tribler features a search box you can use to find content however, the search results come directly from other peers, without using a central server and this makes it immune to government attacks, claims an article from dailymail.co.uk.The application includes features such as wiki-style channels, video-on-demand (watch videos while you download them) and more.Tribler 6.2.0 was released recently and is now available in the Tribler WebUpd8 PPA. Changes include: video streaming is back and it now supports seeking;Less disk and CPU consumption;improved UI responsiveness;various performance improvements;bug fixes.The previous version, 6.1.0, failed to start when built in a PPA and for this reason I didn’t upload it to the WebUpd8 Tribler PPA. Tribler 6.1.0 changelog:faster downloads: Tribler has switched from the old python based bittorrent core to Rasterbar’s libtorrent, so expect less resource usage too;less disk and CPU consumption used for community synchronization;UI improvements (download speed graphs, some new icons, general UI cleanup…);throttling (Bandwidth limitation) is working again;the “Save as” dialog has been modified to improve usability when downloading from magnet links;thumbnails for downloaded media: Now when

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