Check the number of seeders for the torrent file. Seeders are those who continue to share the file after it has been downloaded. The more the seeders there are the faster the download will be.If you can, try to download from a tracker with a lot of seeders for the file that you want. If you can connect to enough seeders, you can easily max out your connection speed.
Make sure no other programs that use internet connection are running. If the internet connection is solely dedicated to your download then the download will finish faster. Make sure to close YouTube and other download managers. Also check that your computer is not downloading any automatic update while you are downloading files through uTorrent.
Try connecting the computer directly to the modem or router instead of using WIFI. A lot of signals in the house could interfere with WIFI connection, thus affecting internet speed and uTorrent downloads.
1.Check the queue settings of uTorrent. Each file that you are downloading in uTorrent will take up a portion of your bandwidth. When more than one file is downloading at max speed, the files will take a longer time to finish. Try downloading the files one by one. Watch the first movie while you wait for the second one to finish downloading!
2.Click Options and then click Preferences.
4.Click Apply and click OK
8.Check the box to enable UPnP port mapping.
9.Click Apply and click OK.
2.Change the number. Change it to 9999999999999999999999 or another high number.
2.Click on start Taskmanager.
3Go To Advanced click on “+” sign to expand.
4Go To Disk Cache
5Enable “Override automatic cache size and specify the size manually (MB)”.
6Type 1800 in the box to the right of “Override automatic cache size and specify the size Manually (MB).
7Click the Apply button.
8Choose the ‘Bandwidth’ tab.
9Check in the section labeled “Global maximum number of connections:”, and change that value to 500.
10Click the Apply button.
11Close the Preferences page. Click the OK button to close the page and save your changes.
Method 9: How about force-starting it?
1.Right click on the torrent you want to go faster.
2.Click “force start” in the pop up menu.
3.Right click again on the torrent.
4.Click on bandwidth allocation in the pop up menu and set to high.