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You might be thinking of a torrent as a peer-to-peer program similar to BitTorrent or eDonkey. While a torrent can be used in peer-to-peer file sharing, it is not in itself a file sharing application. The BitTorrent website offers a useful overview of the main features of the application.
No, sorry. It is not possible. "Flooding" does not actually download anything. The point of these programs is to find other users willing to download the data that you are offering. That's all. "Torrents" are just software programs that make this process as easy as possible. They do this by providing a centralized server that finds the data you are offering at the same time as they do. In the case of the original BitTorrent you are offering data to "seed".
As for the rest of your question, where is this downloaded software going to go? It doesn't go anywhere. It goes into a Partition, which is referred to in Windows as a "Hard Disk". From there you can either run it or mount it and have the software on your system. If you read the BitTorrent FAQ, you will understand what a torrent is and what torrents are for. d2c66b5586