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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by djcyph, Jul 20, 2010.

  1. djcyph macrumors member

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    just got my MBP and still new to mac...i downloaded utorrent and it installed automatically (found setting in safari to disable)...i am a little confused though...it installed utorrnet under Devices in finder...is this normal? shouldn't it go in applications like other downloaded apps? thanks
     
  2. TheNewDude macrumors 6502a

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    It should be...

    And what Settings in Safari are you referring to??

    Never did anything like that when I installed uTorrent. Works fine too for me.
     
  3. celticpride678

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    You might have accidentally dragged it under Devices. Just drag it out.
     
  4. spinnerlys Guest

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    If uTorrent shows up under Devices, it is stored in a mountable disk image (DMG), from where you should drag the application to the Applications folder and start it from there. After the copy process, eject the DMG and delete it if you want.


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