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Why do the client use Byte per Second and not Bits per Second? The conversion isn't 1:8 or 1:10 (2 stop bits) it's more floating depended on the quality of the line if I'm not totaly mistaken. Anyway, the correct way to meassure transfere rate is bps, not B/s. Also, since the Service Provider gives the line capacity as bps, using B/s seems close to idiotic.


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That might be, but the correct way is bps, B/s is something that came along because none-professionals didn't have a clue how fast bps was. I consider BitTorrent to be a professional program and would expect them not to use vulgar terms like that. Could you at least make it possible to have an option of choosing what to meassure the speed in?

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