-3
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2answers
63 views

Auto download files to my computer [closed]

I'm looking for a Windows 7 program that will be able to download around 1000 files when I give the urls. These are PDF files http://www.ticaretsicil.gov.tr/gazetepdfgoster.php?sayi=8206&sayfa=1 ...
1
vote
2answers
500 views

Keeping track of downloaded torrent files

I have approximately 300-400 torrent files stored locally. Some of them I have used to download the related torrents, while others I have not. I need a way to keep track of which ones have been ...
4
votes
4answers
129 views

Download a pdf from a website every 24 hours?

I recently found G24, a pdf that The Guardian updates regularly with news summaries, which I can then print out. Is there a method to download said pdf every 24 hours? It has a static link, as they ...
2
votes
0answers
753 views

Error Downloading a File

I am attempting to download a file with Firefox and I see this error: C:\Users\Lynda\Desktop\Sample.psd.zip.part could not be saved, because the source file could not be read. Try again ...
1
vote
1answer
81 views

Why don't they allow users to download stand alone package?

Usually I use yahoo messenger to chat when I have some free time to meet the people around the world and to come to know different cultures. But for the latest version of yahoo messenger I need to ...
2
votes
1answer
446 views

Drag n drop file download in Windows 7

I am looking for a specific file download functionality. Hopefully I can explain it correctly. Drag file download link to the open windows explorer folder. (Doing this currently only downloads the ...
3
votes
2answers
2k views

Periodically download a file from web in Windows 7

I have a HTTP URL of a file. Is there a simple way to schedule a periodic download of that file (say, every 24 hours) to a certain location on disk, thus overwriting the previous version? Possibly ...
2
votes
2answers
3k views

How can I determine the origin of a downloaded file?

Is there a way to determine what the original source or link was for a previously downloaded file, other than using the browser's download history?
2
votes
1answer
2k views

Windows 7 Desktop Eats Files & Folders & Then Burps Them Back Up Again

This issue started a month or two ago and it has vexed me ever since. Whenever I download a file from IE or FF, or save an attachment from Outlook 2010 and save to my desktop the file does not show up ...