How to save an image?

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Robert the Bruce

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How do I save an image after a Google image search ?
As you will see from the screenshot there is indeed a Save option but this isn't the kind of 'Save' I'm after. I don't want to save the image to 'Saved Images'.
I want to save to a particular folder on my PC, in this case 'Cityscapes' but I can't seem to find this option whereas in Windows XP it was so simple.
Also, how do I delete images from 'Saved Images' ? See screenshot.Glasgow.jpg Saved Images.jpg
 

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I'm using Firefox. I can right click on the image in the left view and select Save as and then choose where to save it on my computer.

As for deleting saved images, try left clicking in the Favorite images box to have each image thumbnail appear in its own box. You can then click the down arrow to get a list of options that includes deleting the given image. I don't know if there is a way to do bulk deletions.
 

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I'm using Firefox. I can right click on the image in the left view and select Save as and then choose where to save it on my computer.

As for deleting saved images, try left clicking in the Favorite images box to have each image thumbnail appear in its own box. You can then click the down arrow to get a list of options that includes deleting the given image. I don't know if there is a way to do bulk deletions.
OK thanks.
 
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