BitPump is a Bittorrent client that provides download management as simple as normal downloads, via .torrent files. Rather than from a single server, files are transferred in bits, originating from a server (seed) and shared via a p2p network of other .torrent clients (peers) allowing for high-speed downloads. Breaking files into pieces balances the load between the many "leeches", and greatly reduces bandwidth usage. Several interface choices provide variable information about downloads: Minimal displays no details, simply downloads the file; Normal displays some, such as download speeds; and Manager is an advanced mode that can display all technical details, including a list of IP connections, metafile information, and precise data on files, file pieces, and progress percentage. Bitpump can be integrated into Windows explorer as a .torrent file type to automatically handle .torrent download files, providing a simple and efficient process for users.