Software update: Tribler 7.1.3




Version 7.1.3 of Tribler released, a bugfix release. Tribler is an open source p2p client, once developed by students from TU Delft and the VU Amsterdam within the Dutch-funded I-share project. Nowadays, an international team of scientists from more than twenty organizations work together on this project. Tribler has, among other things, a built-in media player and can often be watched or listened to when a download is started. The program is available for Windows, Linux and macOS. Since version 7.1.0 the following changes and improvements have been made:

7.1.3 Changelog
Added experimental support for Giga Channels
Various market community fixes
Improved performance or tests
Fixed crash in GUI when wallets are not loaded yet
Fixed torrent collecting
Added explanation below anonymity slider in GUI
Fixed issue with TrustChain key usage
Various GUI fixes
7.1.2 Changelog
Fixed proxy settings in the configuration file, which could result in a crash.
7.1.1 Changelog
Fixed a bug that caused invalid downloads to load when token mining is disabled.
Fixed the path of the file that stores exit node information.
Fixed a socket error that could result in a crash.
Fixed various occassions where DHT errors were not handled correctly.
Fixed a crash when recommended torrents could not be loaded correctly.
Fixed error with the disk space requirement for token mining.
Fixed error that caused Tribler to not start properly when using a libtorrent proxy.
Extended download information with the active number of connections.
Improved market order creation in the user interface.
Tribler screenshot (620 pix)

Version number 7.1.3
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, macOS, Windows 8, Windows 10
License type GPL
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