September 27, 2006

uTorrent WebUI

Filed under: internet, software, tech, tutorial — bardicknowledge @ 3:15 pm

YAY! Finally, we get to play with the uTorrent WebUI! It has been in development for months now, and we have it! Click here to get the WebUI with the newest version of uTorrent (which you need to run the webui).

After you download the file, its pretty simple to set up and run. I will do this is point form for simplictiy. Actually before Ido that, I am going to explain what the big deal is. With a WebUI, you now have the ability to log into your utorrent that is running on your pc from anywheres. Add, delete, move torrents. Check on progress or change settings in the prefences and have all this affect your remote ( your home pc with uTorrent running on it).

Now, to the simple steps to getting this running!

** Please note it is recommended you use Firefox!**

1) Go here and download it. This file includes the WebUI and the new beta.

2) Delete previous version or uTorrent.

3) Run the new version.

4) Go Options->Prefences ->(expanded) Advnaced -> Web UI.

5) Enable and create a username and password.

6) In the file you download there is a zip folder called Copy the folder to you appilcation data for uTorrent. To get there quickly, go start->run and paste in %AppData%\uTorrent and hit enter. A folder will pop up. There is where you want to copy the folder.

7) Open a broswer and type in http://Username:Password@YourIP:UTport/gui/index.html … Of course replace it with the proper information.

Depending on your broswer that line may or may not work. If it doesn’t use this one


You will be prompted to enter your username and password.  Both have worked for me in Firefox.

8) (Optional) If you don’t know your IP go here.

9) (Optional) If you don’t know your port it is also simple to get. Go (in uTorrent) Options->Preferences->Connection and there is a box with the port that is open for uTorrent.

If you are having any problems with this check out my post on how to configure uTorrent here. If that doesn’t help post questions and I will answer as soon as possible.



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  3. i want to dwnload da new version but one of my file is alreadyon download, wht to do now?????

    Comment by Rejin — January 20, 2007 @ 5:22 am


    PLZ HELP ME IM rEALLy CONFUsED cos im scared dat my bill migh com as 200 or 300 pounds.

    contact me
    ON: (+[__]+)


    Comment by MEHDI AHMADI — February 24, 2007 @ 3:37 pm

  5. Thank you very much. It works!

    Comment by Carpen — May 4, 2007 @ 3:58 am

  6. Some of you people are real noobs.

    uTorrent is free. It doesn’t charge your ISP unless you have such a crappy ISP that you’re bandwidth is tapped on the down low. Torrents are free, yet you should know which ones are legal or not.

    If you have downloads working while trying to delete and run this new uTorrent EXE, still delete and run the new uTorrent program. the new utorrent will pick up on your old download at the same %.

    Comment by Josh — June 28, 2007 @ 9:33 am

  7. Mehdi if it is you ….send a note back.



    Comment by Candise — August 21, 2007 @ 6:20 pm

  8. Hi,

    I couldn’t have done it without you.


    Comment by vago — December 27, 2007 @ 2:13 am

  9. works brilliantly.
    what is the point of downloading UI though?
    all you need is the website information.

    Comment by noble — June 25, 2008 @ 5:59 am

  10. Help me please . the DHT shows me that I have to log in . Where can I log in??? HELP!!!!

    Comment by Horatziu — July 8, 2008 @ 8:54 am

  11. I tried getting to the WebUI but it just stays stuck at loading. And when I setup UTorrent webUI add-on for Firefox it says it can’t find the page. Can anyone help me?

    Comment by Pandemic1444 — August 21, 2008 @ 8:52 pm

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