To open the list of recently downloaded files, do one of the following:
By default, files are saved in the following folders:
|Windows XP||My Documents\Downloads|
|Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8||Users\<user account>\Downloads|
|Mac OS||Users/<user name>/Downloads|
In the lower part of the Settings page, click the Show advanced settings button.
In the Downloads section, make the settings.
To change the folder where files are saved, click the Change button.
If you want the browser to ask in which folder to save the file and under which name, select the Ask where to save each file before downloading option.
The browser has several ways to notify you of file download status:
After restarting the browser, it tries to finish downloading any files that were not completely downloaded. However, downloading cannot be resumed if:
You can set exceptions for automatic file downloads in the browser settings. For more information, see the section What are exceptions and how do I set them up?
To open a downloaded file, click the icon with its image.
|Setting automatically opening downloaded files|| |
Open <file format> automatically
|Open the folder where the file was saved|| |
Show in folder
|Pause download|| |
|Resume download|| |
|Cancel download|| |
|Open the page the file was downloaded from||Go to source|
|Copy the downloaded file's URL||Copy link|
|Restart the file download from the very beginning||Reload|
Problems sometimes occur with downloading a file. The browser will try to restart the download, if possible.
|Connection error||The browser will try to reload the download|
|The download froze (nothing has been received for one minute)|
|A network change was detected (e.g. you connected/disconnected from Wi-Fi, connected/disconnected a cable)|
|The download was unpaused (if an error occurred while paused, a one-time attempt to complete the download is made)|
|The server does not support preloading files||The file download starts over|
|The file was changed|
|No network available||The download does not reload and doesn't start over|
|The server sends a message that the file is missing|
|No space on the disk|
|File system error|