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    When you download files from the web to your PC, they are automatically stored in a folder, the location of which is set by your browser automatically. However, it is very easy to change this location yourself. We've already shown you how to change the folder items are saved to in Firefox 4, but here's how to implement the change in Internet Explorer 9.

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    The toolbars at the top of your web browser allow you to access actions such as reloading a page, stopping a webpage from loading or even printing a page.

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    The toolbars at the top of your web browser allow you to access actions such as reloading a page, stopping a webpage from loading or even printing a page.

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