By default, Chrome will save all downloaded files to the same location – a dedicated “Downloads” folder. The fact is that this does not always apply to all types of download files. The good news is that you can easily adjust this setting.
Although you can use the downloaded file to choose, but there are still several options available. Y can change the default download location, or tell Chrome to request a separate location for each file.
The best part here is two settings are found in the same place, so that you can easily change or adjust them. So let’s come!
First, click the three points in the upper right corner to open the Chrome menu and select “Settings”.
Then, scroll down to the bottom, then select “Show advanced settings”.
Finally, scroll about three quarters of this menu until you see the “Download” section.
You can find all the options available here to adjust the download settings. If you want to change the default download location, simply click the “Change” button and select the new location.
If you prefer to download a separate file for each location – this is my preferred setting – just check the “where to save each file before you can download” box. Giant, Bam, finished.
Although super simple nature of these settings is essential for a good download experience in Chrome. If you accidentally let Chrome save all the files to the same location, you will now know where to change the option.