change file download page

Posted on 2011-10-25
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
Due to limited space on my PC HD i need to change my internet downloaded files to my external HD (j). I am using Vista with internet Explorer 7. but cannot find away to do this. It is rather urgent, hope someone can help
Question by:wulfstan
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    Accepted Solution

    Should be under options then look for default download location amongst the tabs.


    Author Comment

    how do i get this option displayed nowhere on screen
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    Assisted Solution

    Specify the Default Internet Explorer Download Directory

    This should still apply.....
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    Expert Comment

    I would rather go with FireFox than with IE7.
    As for IE7 - every time you download something it pops up a window which asks you where to save. Use it.

    Author Closing Comment

    Thanks for the ideas, got sorted by my neighbour

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