2: Open your BitTorrent client, select the torrent. Click on the tab trackers. And then right click in the tracker list add add the list you’ve just copied. (This apply to qBitTorrent, it may vary from the torrent software you’re using.)
3: In qBitTorrent: Go to Tools / Preferences / Click on the BitTorrent icon. Enable DHT and also PEX.
4: Now, click on the Advance icon. Close to the bottom of the list of features, you’ll see: “Always announce to all trackers” and “Always announce to all tiers”. Enable both of them.
At Microsofts website there’s a package named “Sysinternals Suite” that contains 146 tools that you can make to be usable in cmd.exe and Powershell.
The package contains lots of missing features/commands that is very usable if you’re running Windows on your PC.
For example you’ll be able to use commands such as “whois NordicNode.com” and other tools that can display all kinds of information about your computers hardware, software and currently active processes and even more cool things.
I’ve tried several RAMDisk softwares before I found one that were free and worked under Windows 10 64-Bit.
The RAMDisk I use is called ImDisk Toolkit, and I find it pretty much perfect. It got plenty of features which should cover pretty much every users needs.
It might also save a lot of write cycles on your precious SSDs. 😉
You can set it up to mount ISO-files and other image file formats if you want to.
Or setup a folder on one of your hard drives and have the content inside it copied to the RAMDisk every time you boot up your PC.
It can also be setup to save the stuff you currently got stored on the RAMDisk to a directory of your choice before you shut down your PC.