I've got a bit of a problem with downloading larger files using internet explorer. Basically I have a link that I click and I tell it to save the file. When internet explorer downloads however, it does so to a temporary location, which it then copies to the area I told it to save. My problem is that because the download first saves to a temporary location and then does a copy, the space requirements double and I often get errors if I don't have enough room (I'm often downloading files of 2 or so gigs in size, thus needing 4 gigs free). If I do get an error and can make room, I can find the temporary file and copy it to the right location. But if not, and I cancel the error, windows deletes the temporary file totally, thus wasting all my time downloading. This brings me to my second problem. When the download finishes and it starts copying to the new location, it pops up a dialog box right on top of whatever I am doing. Because it has a "cancel" button present, if I was in the middle of typing, such as I'm doing now, its quite likely I'll accidentally cancel it (again deleting the download) before I realized I've done so. And finally internet explorer doesn't offer a resume function if the download stops... again causing a lot of lost time if it cancels during a really large download. So my quest is two fold: First, is there a "better" way of downloading files... can someone recommend a good download manager for instance. Ideally one that doesn't require it to make a temp file then a copy, and even better one that can be given multiple downloads and then do them in series, resuming if necessary. If not, is there a way of making internet explorer download directly to the final location so that it doesn't need to do a copy once the download is finished, thus avoiding the hassles that causes?