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Azureus is a BitTorrent client written in Java. The BitTorrent protocol is a new way of exchanging or distributing data over the internet. Downloading also means uploading, and the amounts of each are linked, to ensure fairness and rapidity in the spread of the file at hand. For information on how to set up Azureus, see the Initial_Setup_Guide To be able to download a file, you first need to get the associated .torrent file. This file, usually a dozen KB in size, is the “signature” of the much bigger file to be downloaded, and it needs special software to be read properly. Azureus is one of those types of software. If you want to host files yourself, you need a tracker, which is basically a central server coordinating the connections between peers. Azureus can provide a tracker too. You will find, as you discover its functionality, that it is easy to customize your copy of Azureus to exactly fit your needs. This guide is being developed on basis of an older User Guide and the 126.96.36.199 version of Azureus (Windows and Macintosh versions).