Now you can download the stuff you love with a client that is 50% more stable, with µTorrent 3.4.5 (41073) and BitTorrent 7.9.5 (41075)– released on September 17th, and available for download at utorrent.com and bittorrent.com.
- Better use of system resources, improvements to stability
- Improved handling of paid codecs and Antivirus activation for Pro users
- Fixed malformed response in a jsonp API
- Fixed incorrect accounting of wasted bytes when talking to peers
- Fixed memory leaks in clients
- Users were reporting a UI hang for RSS feeds (right-clicking on item)- fixed this
- Fixed Pro status page rendering
- Fixed a bug that prevented resizing of the left rail
Download uTorrent here
release here: http://releasenotes.utorrent.com/
3.4.5 includes Internet Explorer Out Of Process (IEOOP) functionality. It changes how the app handles HTML content (now out-of-process) for a significant improvement in stability, 50% to be exact. This sets a new standard for µTorrent’s already-low crash rate. A big thank you to all of the µTorrent engineers who have worked so hard on this.
What does this mean for users?
- Crashes and odd behavior triggered by HTML/Flash content will be isolated and not crash µTorrent/BitTorrent
- The client team will now have a clearer picture of what the common crashes look like for µTorrent/BitTorrent, so that we can focus on crashes affecting client functionality.
Here’s one of the graphs we use to measure build performance: (Note: these graphs show relative, not absolute, crash-rates)
Be sure to grab the latest version of uTorrent here if you haven’t updated already.
µTorrent Stable(3.4.5 build 41372)
- For Windows (1.93 MB)
- English (US) – November 17, 2015
- For Windows (1.8 MB)
- English (US) – November 12, 2015
- For µTorrent 3.4.6 build 41350
- (1.27 MB) – February 12, 2015
- To install, place utorrent.lng in %AppData%\uTorrent