Torrents are instead a great way to download huge files such as your favorite TV shows or movies or even games. The Torrents we download are usually in bits and pieces.
Once you start downloading a torrent, it will turn your computer into a hive from where others will be able to download the parts you got.
The result is a faster download speed with a quite reliable output. And you will get your hands on your file in no time.
But choosing the right torrent client can be a challenge for that fact. As the reliability along with speed would rely on the torrent client, you are using. If the client provides the best features, you will get a great experience.
And if the client is a bad one, downloading torrents would not be a pleasant experience for you. These files are pretty useful. So, you need the right software for it. And that’s why I’m giving you the best lightweight torrent client for windows 10.
Top Lightweight Torrent Clients
|1||qBitTorrent||Low Resource PCs||*****||Download||Read Review|
|3||Transmission||Minimal Design||****||Download||Read Review|
|4||uTorrent||Faster Downloads||****||Download||Read Review|
|5||Vuze||Extra Features||***||Download||Read Review|
|6||BitTorrent||Basic Users||***||Download||Read Review|
Number #1 – qBitTorrent
Currently, qBitTorrent is the best one on the market. The number of positive reviews about this one would defiantly thrill you. It’s a free, lightweight client closest to uTorrent.
The best thing about this one is that it’s a simple app that uses up very little of your resources. Yes, with minimal CPU and memory qBitTorrent strives to give you the result you want.
Though there are lots of features, the interface does not overwhelm but instead looks quite simple. You will get an integral torrent search engine to help you search through the web.
You will also get extensions like DHT and peer exchange, a web interface for remote control, priority and scheduling features, RSS downloading support, IP filtering, and many more features.
It’s available for any platform including Windows 10 as well as macOS, Linus, FreeBSD, Haiku and even OS/2!
Number #2 – Deluge
Deluge is yet another open source and lightweight torrent client you can try out. The exciting fact about it is this; you can customize this one as much as you like.
Overall for performances Deluge and qBitTorrent are quite similar, with a quicker download and cross-platform support, it surely makes this one irresistible. They have some differences too!
Unlike qBitTorrent, Deluge uses a plug-in system to get you all the advanced features you want. It will start with a simple client then you will add the plug-in’s to make it full of features. There are numerous plug-in’s to choose. Just select as you need and customize it all you like.
It works on a client-server architecture, with the client running in the background you will be able to do anything quickly.
Number #3 – Transmission
Though Transmission is mostly famous for macOS, it also supports Windows 10. It’s also available for other platforms such as Ubuntu, Fedora and even Linux. The Transmission-Qt Win is an unofficial version that includes additional tweaks and features only for Windows 10.
Transmission works like a daemon on another computer just like Deluge with its very own libTransmission backend. You can then manage Transmission running on another PC with the one you got.
It has a slightly different interface than all of the apps on the list. So, it might get a bit of an overwhelming for you. It will show you more options an out the torrent, and with just a double click you will be able to download the one you like.
Number #4 – uTorrent
Some people including me are still sticking with the older uTorrent. UTorrent was once a polar torrent client on the market. But now the newer version is full of junk ads. It will try to install garbage files on your PC making a mess.
Version 2.2.1 is somewhat old, but it lacks the ads and pushing of junk files. In spite of that, uTorrent is a pretty excellent Torrent client. It’s pretty useful with a faster speed of downloading. The best thing is that it won’t take up too much of your resources.
Though it’s not an official app of BitTorrent, still they are maintaining it from the last decade. Well, you can surely give it a try if you haven’t tried this one out!
Number #5 – Vuze
Vuze is the next one on the list. Well, it’s full of different features, but it does have an annoying side as well. Yes, there are lots of ads.
It claims to be the most potent torrent client existing on earth. Well, I don’t know about the most powerful, but it seems robust like the rest of them. It comes in two forms: the stripped-back Vuze Leap, and the fully fledged Vuze.
Both of them offer features such as downloading, media playback and support for magnet file links, etc. You will also get social features, supports plugins, ads and bundled extra software. Yes, it’s a good client with a wrong crowd.
Nevertheless, Vuze is genuinely an excellent client for remote controlling via mobile or web and even video conversions.
Number #6 – BitTorrent
This one is BitTorrent’s torrent client, but you could call it gift wrapped uTorrent. Well, it strictly follows uTorrent but has some of its features too! It supports or offers web-based seeding, commenting and reviewing.
Though it contains ads, the extra features make up for it. BitTorrent will allow you to schedule downloading and won’t clog up your system. You will be able to download files seamlessly, and easy conversion to other file formats is a plus point.
Choosing the Right One
Although all of them seems quite intriguing, I would recommend qBitTorrent and Deluge for you to try out. These two seem to pass all kind of tests as a torrent client and will give you an excellent experience altogether.
But other clients are also great but contains ads. But if you don’t mind ads then you can try them out.