Since I haven’t really said anything in a weekish (and since I haven’t watched a game since Thursday), I thought I’d provide an invaluable service and throw up some links for where to get some MLS game torrents.
For those who don’t know, torrents are basically way a distributed way to… well… distribute files over the internet. Think Napster, only you’re pulling the same info from lots of different people, which theoretically could cause faster speeds, but it really used to ease bandwith.
So first, you’ll need a program to download torrents. I use utorrent, which is not resource intensive and is pretty easy to use.
So first, go to a torrent website (listed below) and click on the download link. When you get the dialog asking you what you want to do (open or save), just choose open. If you haven’t used utorrent or other torrent program before, it will ask you what program to use. utorrent should be an option, but it not, browse to it in the Program Folder and select it.
utorrent will open (or if it is already open) and a new dialog will come up basically showing a lot of info, but just click ok to start downloading. That’s it. Then, just play the file in your favorite media player.
If you want, you can download the same game from both websites. This will cover you in case more people are using 1 website instead of the other. Just click on one and start the download in utorrent. Then click to use the other, and a prompt in utorrent will pop up telling you that you already are downloading, do you want to add the tracker? Just say yes. Now, anyone who is using either link will be giving you the file, not just one.