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Threads Settings

TLDrop is a software that is built on a multi-thread environment to improve the speed of each running-services dramatically. By specifying the number of threads, TLDrop will execute two or more parts concurrently (simultaneous execution) supported by the operating system.

That is how you can maximize the utilization of the CPU by multitasking.

Caution: The higher number of threads might cause a request timeout error. It depends on your internet connection speed.
NameExplanation
Web Crawler Threads

The maximum number of threads that used when TLDrop is crawling web pages.

The default value is 5, and it should between 1-20.

Search Engine Crawler Threads

The maximum number of threads that used when TLDrop is crawling search engine result pages.

The default value is 5, and it should between 0-20.

Vanity Threads

The maximum number of threads that used when TLDrop is performing Vanity Checker Service (domain availability check).

Do not set this to a higher value if you don't assign any proxies.

The default value is 2, and it should between 0-20.

Statistic / Metric Threads

The maximum number of threads that used when TLDrop is retrieving domain metrics.

The default value is 5, and it should between 0-20.

Wayback Restorer Threads

The maximum number of threads that used when TLDrop is downloading records from Wayback Machine.

The default value is 5, and it should between 0-20.