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Is it possible to download using the Windows command line?

Let's say you are on a Windows XP machine without a browser. Without using another computer to download and save to a USB drive, how might you use the Windows command line to download a browser? I'm assuming curl isn't installed, but there must be some sort of command available.

marked as duplicate by Journeyman Geek, Gaff, bwDraco, Canadian Luke REINSTATE MONICA, akira Oct 10 '12 at 5:45

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Do not know of a native downloader. I use unxutils and it includes wget

Alternatively there is wget for window.

If you have powershell installed, the following might work as well Earlier discussion on similar question.

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  • ...and how would you download wget without using a browser? – Andrew Oct 10 '12 at 14:14

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