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If you are looking for BitLord, you have come to the right place. We explain what BitLord is and point you to the official download.

What is BitLord?

BitLord is software that functions as a BitTorrent client. This means that the user is allowed to download torrent files through the program that the software installs. The program manages torrent downloads of the user, allowing for multiple downloads at the same time; as well as queuing up several files for downloading one after the next.

The program also allows the user to download files in two modes: compact allocation and full allocation. Compact allocation means that space is allocated for each completely download file piece, and then the pieces are moved to their proper positions to provide the user with the complete torrent file once all pieces have been downloaded. Full allocation meanwhile, immediately allocates the space required for the full torrent file once download begins. In compact allocation, disk defragmentation may likely occur.

The software also has an “Auto Managed” feature which basically gives the program freehand in determining queue settings for the torrent being downloaded. This feature can be disabled from the Options tab, by un-checking the Auto Managed feature.

BitLord is free software that runs on Windows operating systems.

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File types supported by BitLord

Our users primarily use BitLord to open these file types:

About file types supported by BitLord

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Last updated: : May 8, 2013