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how to save in desktop in windows7 using IE8?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by momtaz, Apr 3, 2010.

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  1. momtaz

    momtaz Thread Starter

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    Hello guys
    y udew
    Windows7 looks a bit defferent from the old versions os Windows,,
    I tried to save some attached files to my desktop.. but ti cannot see where is it? just D drive, and other area, ahe b
     
  2. antech

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    By default they are saved in the following location:
    Click on Start Menu.
    Click on your user name,example Administrator.
    Then click on the Downloads Folder.
    All your Internet Explorer Downloads will be Listed There
     
  3. momtaz

    momtaz Thread Starter

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    I am asking how to save the file directly on the desktop, when the dialog box opens, I didnt see any option or icon to slect desktop..
    but when U attach,, I can see it on the left side listed there..
     
  4. antech

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    Wait a minute...
     
  5. antech

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    See this Screenshot.
    Click on the arrow and select Desktop
     

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