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If I'm understanding your question, you'd like to be able to select where your downloads get saved. I think these two tutorials (one for Internet Explorer and one for Firefox) should help. You can permanently pick a new download location of your choosing (like the desktop) or select a location for each individual download.
Firefox - Change Default Download Save To Location
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