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I've been using Azureus for a while and its just not cutting it for me anymore. I would like to still be able to surf the internet at a reasonable pace while still downloading torrents. I know there are a lot of good torrent clients available, I'm just not that familiar with many of them. I'd like to know what you use (other than Azureus) that is simple, fast, and still functional. Please also let me know why you chose it over something else, if you considered others.
I'm currnetly using the default bit-torrent regarding Ubuntu. It's called well bittorrent.
There are tons of project to choose from considering the freshmeat website. I usually look at the popularity of the programs and then investigate further after that. Since Gnome, KDE, and XFCE possess their own default bittorrents clients. You might want to check those out. They are usually pretty basic but they do the job.