to do so you can first find the Process ID(PID) for your download with Activity Monitor, then open up Terminal(bash) and type in for example caffeinate -w 4708, replace the number with the PID you found.
If you don't want it to sleep, just go to "System Preferences" then click "Energy Saver" then make your Mac's sleep auto to "Never". Then change it to "Normal" once download is done, Also one tip: attach the charger (or what ever you wanna call the charger I.E AC power etc.) while app/file/document/any other things are downloading.
I'm having the same issue. I've moved from my desktop to the laptop thinking it might be a issue with the desktop. I've rebooted so many times and still nothing. I can download if I use a mirror and not the utorrent link. i am very new to using utorrent and any help would gladly welcomed.
I have the same problem, ive been downloading a torrent for a while and all was working fine. I need to reboot so stopped the download, exited utorrent, rebooted and all my web access is fine but when i open utorrent and start the download again i get the following error,
So last week I decided to download uTorrent because I needed it for some downloads. Afterwards, my entire pc was slowed down. I did a malwarebytes check and it told me that uTorrent was the problem. I uninstalled uTorrent and everything that I had downloaded with it. Nonetheless, is my PC still extremely slow and it doesn't show anything in task manager. New tests don't detect any malware and I can't figure out what the problem is, and how this could be solves. I also find it weird that there is hardly any hate on uTorrent while it is so bad for your PC.
My name is Maurice. I will guide you. Use of "torrents" to download files is risky. There are many dangers for unskilled users, and it is quite easy to get in trouble. Downloaded material often includes malicious code that could deliver malware or allow crooks to carry out other dangerous activities.Given that your machine is a victim of such, I would urge you to uninstall uTorrent & any other "torrent" app. Let me know what name you prefer to go by.
I should mention that a friend of mine who knows a lot about computers, suspects it was either one of the games I downloaded. Maybe that makes it easier for you to find a solution? The games downloaded were Fifa 19 and Assasins Creed. I have learned my lesson... Won't download one of those ever again.
I am a developer. I want to learn Adobe Experience Manager. That's why I need to setup it locally to start learning. But I can't because I have not found any link to download AEM quickstart jar file. Can anyone help me on this?
You can't download AEM like you can download WordPress or Drupal. You can try contacting Adobe on the Marketing Cloud website although I don't know what their response will be. If you attend an Adobe Training Services class for AEM you will walk away with an AEM jar and a developer's license.
One thing that may be confusing is that you won't find every individual version available as a quickstart. There's usually a reasonably recent quickstart JAR available, and service packs that need to be installed on top of it. For example, at the time of writing, I could download cq-quickstart-6.5.8.jar. If I wanted SP 11 or SP 12, I had to install aem-service-pkg-6.5.11-1.0.zip or aem-service-pkg-18.104.22.168.zip as CRX package. There's no need to install intermediate versions. You should be fine just getting the zip with the exact SP version you want to use.
A friend of ours uses a Satellite phone for connecting to the Internet while cruising. He was going nuts because his data download bills were insanely high even when he was just doing a couple of emails.
He KNEW something was uploading and downloading in the background but could not discover what it was or how to stop it. This can also be a major pain with data connections using mobile phones, especially when cruising in a foreign country.
The first suspect is, of course, Windows 10 which does background uploads and downloads without letting the user know. Windows 10 is especially difficult because Microsoft won't let you turn off automatic windows updates.
The second suspect is the computer maker. Lenovo (which my friend was using) is notorious for installing spyware that uploads and downloads information without the user knowing about it. Dell does it too, but not to the same extent.
Wow! Just discovered this GREAT little free program called ShutUp10 to control Windows 10 data uploading and downloading. It puts all the Windows 10 permissions in one easy to access interface and you can't even imagine how much stuff is being sent to and from Microsoft. Check it out here
Windows 10 will let you set your WiFi connection to "metered" and won't (in theory) download gigabytes of updates if you are using a metered connection - like using your mobile phone wifi hotspot or your satellite phone connection.
Among its many features are a polished µTorrent-like UI, category-specific search, support for many BitTorrent extensions, a built-in torrent creation tool, IP filtering, sequential downloading, etc.
The deluge may look too simple at first launch but it can handle a lot more tasks than the above-listed features thanks to its support for plugins which extends its features to include a scheduler, web interface, auto RSS downloader, email notifier, etc.
FrostWire is a free, multi-platform, open-source BitTorrent client and cloud downloader for speedy torrenting. Its features include a neat UI, a built-in media player, in-app search, media preview, and a media library. 2b1af7f3a8