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Old Apr 07, 2010, 10:20 PM
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Default Top 3 Ways to Find Torrent Files

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Torrent is one of the best ways to get the latest movies, music and TV shows for free. And most people like burning the downloaded torrent to DVD. But sometimes find torrent files you need is not that easy, and downloading online files may bring viruses. For Mac users, this article will provide you 3 sound methods to find torrent files, and you can also learn how to burn torrent to DVD on Mac at the end.

How to find torrent files?

[B]Method 1: Use Torrent Search Engines to find torrent files.[/B]

Use torrent search engines can help you find good and reliable torrent files efficiently. And you don't need to worry about bringing viruses. Below is a list of 5 most popular torrent search sites of 2010.

1.BT Junkie you can make good choices of torrent files by reading user's comments.

2.Isohunt.com polices itself for fake files. Read the comments when choosing torrents

3.Torrentroot pores through other search engines on your behalf, and display the results in a tabbed interface for easy browsing.

4.Entertane pores through other search engines on your behalf, pretty like Torrentroot.

5.Torrentscan Most people like it because it provides comprehensive search results.

[B]Method 2: Use Google search command to find torrent files[/B]

1. Use the filetype search command. For example: Avatar filetype: torrent. The command-filetype will tell Google to only search for specific torrent files of Avatar.

2. Use multiple search commands to find torrent files such as "Avatar" last modified avi "index of" -html -htm -php –asp. Using a series of search commands can help you find a large amount of torrents. You just need to copy the above command and replace "avatar" with whatever movie you like, substitute "mkv" with any video format you want.

[B]Method 3: Use Customized Google search engine to find torrent files[/B]

Google has a customized search engine that search only for torrents. Google crawls thousands of torrent tracker sites and search engines, so it can provide tremendous search results for you.

After finding the torrent files you need, you can begin to download torrent on mac. For Mac users, the way you download torrent on Mac is actually quite easy, you just need a BitTorrent client and that supports Mac OS, such as Vuze, Limewire, Bittorrent, uTorrent.

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