Solved How to download file from DOS?

December 5, 2011 at 08:30:16
Specs: Windows 7, Intel Celeron Duo T3300 @ 2GHz 64MB L2
Hello forum,
I wonder how to download a specific file from the internet to a specific place on my drive.
So let's say
How do I download that to C:\Users\Ray\Desktop ?
If there is a variable for e.g. Firefox that returns the download path, then I can get Firefox's download path, use start command, and run that file from there. Then it should be like:
(get firefox's download path)
(set firefox as default browser when not so)
start ""
if exist goto run
if not exist goto search

So... Any way to download from DOS? Thanks.

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December 5, 2011 at 13:30:07
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There is no DOS in Windows 7. There is a command-prompt but it's not true DOS.

In Firefox, you can set the download location in the Firefox options, so what's all this nonsense about using DOS?

Firefox 8:

Click Options > Options > General > Save files to.......

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