Common questions

Where do Downloads go in Firefox?


Where do Downloads go in Firefox?

Downloads folder
By default, Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Edge download files to the Downloads folder located at %USERPROFILE%\Downloads.

Where are qBittorrent files stored?

Downloaded files are stored in AppData\Local\Temp folder · Issue #3676 · qbittorrent/qBittorrent · GitHub.

How do I change the download location in qBittorrent?

qBittorrent. Right-click the torrent download that you want to move and select Pause from the context menu (there is no stop). Right-click the torrent and select Set Location from the menu.

How do I see Downloads on Firefox Android?

Firefox does not use the native Android download manger. It uses its own. The download folder is /sdcard/download/.

Where are failed Downloads stored?

Downloads that failed leave a residual file in the downloads folder (or wherever it was you were saving that file to).

How do I save qBittorrent settings?

qBittorrent stores its settings in ~/. config/qBittorrent , where ~ is your home directory. To clear the settings, you can remove or, better, rename that directory. You should expect that this will cause qBittorrent to forget all your current torrents, though the actual files in them will remain intact.

What is Super seeding mode qBittorrent?

Super Seeding is a special optimised seeding mode. It allows seeders who are the only seed in the swarm to solely seed pieces that are found nowhere else in the swarm. It works something like this: the superseeding client pretends not to be a seed, but pretends to be a peer with an incomplete file.

How do I enable Download Manager in Firefox?

Please use “Tools→Add-ons” FireFox main menu item. “Add-ons Manager” window should open. Click on “Extensions” tab (arrow 1 on the image) and find “IDM integration” (Internet Download Manager integration add-on for Mozilla). If it is disabled, you will need to press “Enable” (arrow 2 on the image) and restart FireFox.

How does qBittorrent move files to new location?

Then qbittorrent will move it (or copy it if on different disk) to the new location. Oh my god. That is one of the worst “features” ever. Every other torrent-program lets you set the download location – it doesn’t move or copy files.

Where does qBittorrent save its settings in XDG?

Where does qBittorrent save its settings? %LOCALAPPDATA%\\qBittorrent = C:\\Users\\ \\AppData\\Local\\qBittorrent .torrent files (This is the standard XDG data folder): You’ll probably want both the .torrent files and the preferences .ini All the torrent files are named in hexadecimal characters.

Why is qBittorrent not a good download tool?

WHY? qBittorrent is a fairly decent download-tool, but the plethora of bugs makes it almost unuseable, simply because it takes too much manual effort to make sure things work. This should be a minor fix to how the program looks for, searches folders and applies that information to the torrent in question.

Are there any third party cookies for qBittorrent?

Disclaimer: the author is not in any way affiliated with qBittorrent development team. Another disclaimer: This extension needs to use third-party cookie setting for authentication. Setting the Content Blocking -> Custom -> Cookie to “All third-party cookies” will break the authentication process.