Submitted by Settler 782d ago | article

How to Remove Sponsored Ads in uTorrent

WhatsWithTech- uTorrent is one of the popular P2P clients which is used by people to download torrent files and has everything which a good torrent application must have. But one thing which every torrent user hate about this application is those annoying apps which comes as an unwanted addition because it’s a freeware program. (Software, uTorrent)

dilawer  +   782d ago
Great tutorial! Always wanted to know that! Adblock didn't work on Utorrent!
Settler  +   782d ago
Previously I was also try Adblock and failed, but now I'm glad that I found this great tutorial and this work for me :D
dilawer  +   781d ago
yeah no adblocking software could do this.
aiBreeze  +   782d ago
Lol I'm still using an old version of utorrent and glad I still have the installer for that one too. The latest version is awful.
PLASTICA-MAN  +   782d ago
Yep true, even the desing looks like sth from the 90s.
GentlemenRUs  +   782d ago
Meh... They just sold out.
ZidaneNL  +   781d ago
Yes, because it's not like they needed the money or anything to keep supporting a program that was totally free for years or anything.
Parapraxis  +   782d ago
Easiest/best way is to download install 2.2.1 of uTorrent, the last version before it started going to s**t.

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