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I just really hate when I close my IE browser, the download/save dialog is close together. All I want is just to close the browser to give me more display space and memory....

Is there anyway to do that in ie9? Or save file like traditional way?

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Huh? Its not supposed to that since IE8.. ? I know chrome download within itself, but IE opens a window, even if i clsoe IE it still downlaods.. – ppumkin Jan 19 '12 at 15:24
Now in IE9 you will see a dialog on the bottom of your browser (inside that tab), but if you close your browser, the download dialog will close together... Normally I use some 3rd party download manager so I don't care at home. But when I am in office I just really hate that lol At least I don't see the download dialog anywhere when I close my browser.... – King Chan Jan 19 '12 at 15:47
o no, nvm, I just realize it actually will download in background within the Download Manager Ctrl+J......Just that I won't see the process and won't know when it completed..... – King Chan Jan 19 '12 at 15:55

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