Transmission 2.80 Offers Up Various Changes
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 27 June 2013 at 02:59 AM EDT. 12 Comments
Transmission, the multi-platform open-source BitTorrent client shipped by a number of Linux distributions, has been updated to version 2.80 and it brings with it a wide variety of changes.

The Transmittion 2.80 BitTorrent client now makes better use of the operating system's file-system cache, has better unit testing coverage of the Transmission library, has improvements to the GTK+ client, and various other alterations.

More details on the Transmission 2.80 release can be found out at TransmissionBT.com.
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