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I have downloaded and tried WinRoute Firewall.

Its very good, but I encountered some problems while using it.

When UPNP is enabled I have 100% CPU load with centain apps, and I will tell all which, is Skype and Miranda IM messanger.

Another problem is with torrent programms.

This is with the all following. Tested and all with the same result.

Bitcomet, ABC torrent and Utorrent.

I have very high CPU Load when the the torrent programms are downloading, 60% and up. I have Intel Penitum4 2,4Ghz.

When the firewall is disabled, or no torrent programm is running with the firewall on, I have a maximum of 20% which is the normal CPU load for my system with the programms that I am running on the background.

When no torrent downloading its the same as well.

This is with the current firewall , and the beta release, both have ecxactly the same behaviour.

Please help!
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