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Tips and Tricks for Managing Your Download Bar Location


Download Bar Location: How to Find and Manage Your Downloads in Different Browsers




Have you ever downloaded a file from the internet and wondered where it went? Or have you ever wanted to hide or move the download bar that appears at the bottom or top of your browser window? If so, this article is for you.




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In this article, we will explain what is a download bar and why it is useful. We will also show you how to find your downloads in Windows 10 using File Explorer or your browser settings. Then, we will teach you how to show or hide the download bar in different browsers such as Edge, Chrome, Firefox, etc. Finally, we will give you some tips on how to manage your downloads in different browsers such as pause, resume, cancel, open, delete, move, or clear them.


How to Find Your Downloads in Windows 10




Using File Explorer




One way to find your downloads in Windows 10 is to use File Explorer. File Explorer is a tool that lets you browse and manage your files and folders on your PC.


To find your downloads using File Explorer, follow these steps:



  • Select File Explorer from the taskbar, or press the Windows logo key + E.



  • Under Quick access, select Downloads.



  • You will see a list of files that you have downloaded from the internet.



You can also change the location of your Downloads folder using File Explorer. To do so, follow these steps:



  • Right-click on the Downloads folder under Quick access and select Properties.



  • Select the Location tab.



  • Select Move and choose a new location for your downloaded files.



  • Select Apply and OK.



Using Your Browser Settings




Another way to find your downloads in Windows 10 is to use your browser settings. Most browsers have a feature that lets you view and change your download location and manage your downloaded files. Here are some examples of how to do that in different browsers:


Microsoft Edge




To find your downloads in Microsoft Edge, follow these steps:



  • Select Settings and more (the three dots) in the upper-right corner of the browser window.



  • Select Downloads.



  • You will see a list of files that you have downloaded from the internet. You can also select Show in folder to open the location of a specific file.



To change your download location in Microsoft Edge, follow these steps:



  • Select Settings and more (the three dots) in the upper-right corner of the browser window.



  • Select Settings.



  • Select Downloads under General.



  • Under Location, select Change and choose a new location for your downloaded files.



Google Chrome




To find your downloads in Google Chrome, follow these steps:


How to change download bar location in Microsoft Edge


How to find downloads folder location in Windows 10


How to show download bar at the bottom of the screen in Edge


How to move download bar to a different location in Chrome


How to customize download bar appearance and location in Firefox


How to hide or show download bar in Safari


How to access download bar settings and location in Opera


How to manage download bar location and notifications in Brave


How to fix download bar not showing up or disappearing in Edge


How to enable or disable download bar in Internet Explorer


How to change download bar location and color in Vivaldi


How to use keyboard shortcuts for download bar actions and location in Edge


How to find downloaded files location and open them from download bar in Windows 10


How to clear download bar history and location in Chrome


How to pause or resume downloads from download bar in Firefox


How to drag and drop files from download bar to a different location in Safari


How to pin or unpin download bar in Opera


How to view download progress and speed from download bar in Brave


How to troubleshoot download bar issues and errors in Edge


How to switch between multiple downloads from download bar in Internet Explorer


How to add or remove extensions from download bar in Vivaldi


How to change default download folder location and access it from download bar in Edge


How to scan downloaded files for viruses from download bar in Windows 10


How to change download bar language and location in Chrome


How to disable or enable sound alerts for download bar in Firefox


How to change download bar size and location in Safari


How to sort downloads by name, date, or size from download bar in Opera


How to block or allow downloads from specific sites from download bar in Brave


How to sync downloads across devices from download bar in Edge


How to change file name and save location from download bar in Internet Explorer


How to use gestures for download bar actions and location in Vivaldi


How to open downloads folder or file location from download bar in Edge


How to cancel or delete downloads from download bar in Windows 10


How to resume interrupted or failed downloads from download bar in Chrome


How to view or edit downloaded file properties from download bar in Firefox


How to share downloaded files from download bar in Safari


How to copy or paste file name or location from download bar in Opera


How to verify downloaded file integrity from download bar in Brave


How to change download speed limit and location from download bar in Edge


How to print downloaded files from download bar in Internet Explorer


How to create shortcuts for downloaded files or folders from download bar in Vivaldi


How to search for downloaded files or folders from download bar in Edge


How to rename downloaded files or folders from download bar in Windows 10


How to open downloaded files with different apps from download bar in Chrome


How to move downloaded files or folders to a different location from download bar in Firefox


How to compress or decompress downloaded files or folders from download bar in Safari


How to encrypt or decrypt downloaded files or folders from download bar in Opera


How to backup or restore downloaded files or folders from download bar in Brave



  • Select More (the three dots) in the upper-right corner of the browser window.



  • Select Downloads.



  • You will see a list of files that you have downloaded from the internet. You can also select Show in folder to open the location of a specific file.



To change your download location in Google Chrome, follow these steps:



  • Select More (the three dots) in the upper-right corner of the browser window.



  • Select Settings.



  • Under Advanced, select Downloads.



  • Under Location, select Change and choose a new location for your downloaded files.



Mozilla Firefox




To find your downloads in Mozilla Firefox, follow these steps:



  • Select the Library button (the books icon) in the toolbar.



  • Select Downloads.



  • You will see a list of files that you have downloaded from the internet. You can also select Show in folder to open the location of a specific file.



To change your download location in Mozilla Firefox, follow these steps:



  • Select the Menu button (the three lines) in the upper-right corner of the browser window.



  • Select Options.



  • Select General from the left panel.



  • Under Files and Applications, select Browse next to Save files to and choose a new location for your downloaded files.



How to Show or Hide the Download Bar in Different Browsers




Another thing you might want to do with your downloads is to show or hide the download bar that appears at the bottom or top of your browser window. The download bar is a small panel that shows the progress and status of your downloads. It can be useful to see how fast your files are downloading and to access them quickly. However, it can also be annoying or distracting if you don't need it or want more space on your screen.


Different browsers have different ways of showing or hiding the download bar. Here are some examples of how to do that in different browsers:


Microsoft Edge




To show or hide the download bar in Microsoft Edge, follow these steps:



  • Select Settings and more (the three dots) in the upper-right corner of the browser window.



  • Select Downloads.



  • Under Show downloads when downloading files, toggle the switch on or off.



If you turn off the download bar, you can still see your downloads by selecting Settings and more (the three dots) and then Downloads.


Unfortunately, there is no option to move the download bar to the bottom of the screen in Microsoft Edge. If you prefer that location, you can use the feedback panel to request this feature from the developers. To do so, follow these steps:



  • Select Settings and more (the three dots) in the upper-right corner of the browser window.



  • Select Help and feedback.



  • Select Send feedback.



  • Type your suggestion and select Send.



Google Chrome




To show or hide the download bar in Google Chrome, follow these steps:



  • Select More (the three dots) in the upper-right corner of the browser window.



  • Select Settings.



  • Under Advanced, select Accessibility.



  • Under Show a quick-access button on downloads bar when a download is in progress, toggle the switch on or off.



If you turn off the download bar, you can still see your downloads by selecting More (the three dots) and then Downloads.


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