The: 14/01/2010 - AT: 13:33
It doesn't seem obvious at first, but windows has build-in aliases for user directories, including the temp folder and other directories. The default location for torrent files in utorrent is "%appdata%\uTorrent", this should point to the correct location regardless of system differences. These aliases are also used by programmers in installers and whatnot.
The easiest way to access the default torrent location, would likely be to just open "My Computer", and type "%appdata%\uTorrent" in the location bar and hit enter.
I tend to get annoyed, confused when programs donīt store user files in their own folders. But it actually is better the way it currently is, at least for multi-user environments. However, i find it funny how power users can get totally lost in microsofts sandbox environment, they are often used to doing things their own ways, having their own system in place for almost everything.
This holds true for me, since i never use the My Documents if i can get around it, and programs which doesn't allow me to change this tend to just annoy me.
Yet, thats not the case with Utorrent, since you can change it from within the settings.
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