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Mike002





PostPosted: Thu Nov 23 10:38:01 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE Download - Suggestion

IF I Download a Larger file , for eg 100 MB , the Internet Explorer saves the
downloading file in Some temporary folder and when the download finishes it
copys it to the specified directory - the place where I saved the file before
downloading, I find this time consuming, in firefox its not like this it
just saves the file where you want it directly, please make the download
process like firefox


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Gordon





PostPosted: Thu Nov 23 10:38:01 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE Download - Suggestion
> IF I Download a Larger file , for eg 100 MB , the Internet Explorer saves the
> downloading file in Some temporary folder and when the download finishes it
> copys it to the specified directory - the place where I saved the file before
> downloading, I find this time consuming, in firefox its not like this it
> just saves the file where you want it directly, please make the download
> process like firefox
>
>

IE6 did exactly the same.....
 
 
HeyBub





PostPosted: Thu Nov 23 14:19:19 CST 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE Download - Suggestion
> IF I Download a Larger file , for eg 100 MB , the Internet Explorer
> saves the downloading file in Some temporary folder and when the
> download finishes it copys it to the specified directory - the place
> where I saved the file before downloading, I find this time
> consuming, in firefox its not like this it just saves the file
> where you want it directly, please make the download process like
> firefox
>

And what happens in Firefox if the download is interrupted?

If you want speed, don't use a browser - including Firefox - to download a
file.