When you try to download a file using Microsoft's Internet Explorer, you are frequently prompted with a window (such as the one below) asking you what you would like to do with the file you are attempting to download...
However, if you are not prompted for a location to save the file that you are downloading then this is because at some point in the past you disabled the "Always ask before opening this type of file" function (see above). If you would like to restore this window, and thereby be prompted what to do with a downloaded file, then follow these instructions...1) Double-click My Computer.
2) On the View menu, click Folder Options.
4) Highlight the file type you wish to modify, then click the Edit button.
5) Click the Confirm open after download check box to select it (see below).
6) Click the Close button, and then
click the OK button. What you have done by these
steps is to configure Internet Explorer to prompt you where to place the
file when you attempt to download a ZIP file.
At this point you are ready to try downloading again. Click here to continue with this download tutorial..
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