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Windows 7: Saving images from IE8 behavior

06 Jul 2010   #1

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Saving images from IE8 behavior

Likely this is actually something obvious that I've missed somehow, but its currently got me confused and I can't find answers.

I want to save images from the internet. It doesn't seem like it should be a problem. Maybe its just that I've only just moved to 7, and thus I'm noticing all the little things that are different to XP, but I find it annoying.

Firstly, if I right click and save as, the dialog no longer seems to remember the 'last' folder I saved an image to. Which seems inconvienient.

Then I thought I'd just drag and drop the images to the files instead. But for some reason, that causes every file name to have a [1] added to the end of it.

So I was hoping someone could help me out, either to return 'last folder' or get rid of the [1] adding behavior. Or possibly sugest an entirely different way that will avoid the problems that I just haven't thought of heh.

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06 Jul 2010   #2

Windows 7 x64 pro/ Windows 7 x86 Pro/ XP SP3 x86


Apparently it happens because IE treats every tab as a separate process, so settings of one tab may not be carried to another. Although, one wonders why that happens for images only.

Try the fix on this page.

Fix IE8 Does Not Remember or Save Picture or Image Folder Location or Path Correctly My Digital Life
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