So many of the Linux variants are available for download in form of torrent or magnet links. For downloading from torrents we depend on the P2P BitTorrent network which fetches the data from other people’s computers directly who already have that file. For this, we need BitTorrent client software that can connect you to the P2P network and start fetching the file in small portions until the whole file is downloaded. There are many BitTorrent clients available and Deluge is one of them.
Deluge is a full-featured BitTorrent client that works across a number of platforms such as Linux, macOS and Windows. It is an open-source software and has no .NET framework requirements. After the installation, you can get it ready for working on Windows. It supports all versions starting from Windows 7 to Windows 11. During the installation, you can also associate it with .torrent and .magnet files for convenience.
If you have associated it these two file formats with Deluge, then you can simple click on any .torrent or .magnet file on any website and it will be automatically opened in Deluge. For example, you can try downloading Ubuntu Linux through its torrent download links from https://ubuntu.com/download/alternative-downloads and the torrent will be opened in Deluge. After adding the torrent, the download begins instantly.
The user interface of Deluge is very easy to follow and completely clutter free. Everything is where we expect from a modern BitTorrent client. We can access all the downloads whether active or downloading. We can find the downloads through their respective trackers.
For each of the downloads, it shows the number of seeds, the number of peers, download speed, upload speed, how much of the file has been downloaded and more. There are thousands of official and third-party plugins available for Deluge from their website which can add extra functionality to Deluge.
You can download Deluge from https://deluge-torrent.org/.