Using the Download Manager
Accepting the SecurityCertificate | Depending on the browser and platform you use, you may be asked to accept a security certificate the first time youuse the Download Manager. If the web site has provided for alternative links to download files, you can still download the files—just not using the Download Manager – if you choose not to accept thecertificate |
List Window | When you use the Download Manager, you’ll see one of two windows when the download begins. You may see the List window: |
Downloading Multiple Files | Thiswindow lists all the current downloads. You can download multiple files at the same time, and you can select files in the list on which to take further actions. |
Pause, Resume | You can select from thelist of downloads to pause, resume from pause, or cancel the download. If you click Pause, the button changes to Resume. |
Pause, Exit, Resume | If you exit, the download manager will place an iconon your desktop that allows you to resume the download later. You can resume the download at any point later, even after you turn the computer off and on. If the file changed at the download site,you’ll be informed of that by a message when you resume download. When you resume, your default browser—the application associated with HTML files—is used. You can override use of the default browser,if desired, by using the “Open with” operating system functionality (for example, in Windows, right-click the file and select Open With). If you started the download with Browser B, you’ll want to pickit up and complete it with Browser B. |
Remove, Delete | If you select a completed download in the list, you’ll see a Remove button. This button removes the file from the list. If you click it,you’ll also be asked if you want to Delete the file from your target disk. |
Summary Window | If you click the Detail button, you’ll see the Summary window. You may see this window when the download...
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