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To be honest, I don't know the method that these torrent trackers are using to detect your operating system - however what -might- work is using a virtual machine of a different operating system which you can install with relative ease, even in Windows 10.
With this file downloaded, go to your VM Software and find the button/menu option for creating a new virtual machine.In VMWare Player it's just: - File > New Virtual Machine... - Highlight 'Use ISO image:' - Browse to where you saved lubuntu-14.04-desktop-i386.iso and select it - Later in the wizard you will need to create a virtual disk drive. Allocate some disk space for it to use (I think minimum 5GB but depending on how much space you want the virtual sytem to have, you can go up to something like 20GB).
Once you're able to log in to LUbuntu after restarting, you should be able to click the menu button in the bottom left to show the preinstalled apps -- go to Internet > Transmission. This is the preinstalled torrent client - there are other options you can explore etc, and you can install stuff via System Tools > LUbuntu Software Center. 2b1af7f3a8