Step 1: Downloading Utorrent
The first thing you need to do is download µtorrent.
Step 2: Set Up Utorrent to Work With Your Computer
When you launch µtorrent for the first time, it asks you to set your bandwidth, upload speed and network information. If you’re not sure about your bandwidth and upload speed, you can click “run tests” at the bottom to use the best configurations. Then click "Save & Close".
Step 3: Check Port Forwarding
If you’re running this through a router, you’ll need to forward the port number it gives you through your router so that people can see your torrent. If you’re not sure how to do that or even what it is, you can watch my video on port forwarding, which is found here.
Step 4: Create a New Torrent
Click on the magic wand icon to create a new torrent. Click on Add file to add a single file as a torrent. If you want to add multiple files, click on Add directory. Just make sure that only the files you want to torrent are in that directory. Under Torrent properties, you want to enter a tracking URL so that your torrent has a way to be located. You can use openbittorrent, which is a free tracker, or you can use the popular thepiratebay.org tracker, as well as any other tracker you may want to use. Then check the “start seeding” box, click “create and save as” and choose a place to save it to. Now you can either create another one, or close out of it. You should now see it seeding.
Step 5: Make Your Torrent Public
The last step is to make your torrent public. To do this, you need to upload it to a torrent site. There are tons out there, but the one I’ll be using is Fenopy.com. You’ll first need to create an account, and then click “upload”, select your category, and upload your torrent. Then it will give you a URL of your torrent that you can give to others.