Two curious points: Looking at the About uTorrent popup, I see v. 1.9.1. Second, downloading the current public version 1.8.7, a .dmg volume and viewing the package contents of the installer, there is an InstallerPreferences.plist file in the resources folder. If you like you can, edit out the four strings that call for downloads from mybrowser.com. You will need to remove the installer from the .dmg to do so, but that is trivial. It looks to me like once you have the app, it can update itself and then does not offer any monkey business. There is an app called AdwareMedic (yes, I know, some of these utilities are not legit, but this one is) which will easily remove adware such as Spigot and others. I hate the idea of having to closely watch the installation screens as in Windows or with CNet downloads to avoid this crap. However I am familiar with this app and like it. 5 stars trending to 2 would be my rating based on the creeping crapware monetization tactic. Why not just charge a few bucks per copy and be done with this nonsense?