Google Chrome has introduced some nice, new features for when you download a file from a website, the downloads bar appears at the bottom of the tab where you can monitor the progress of your downloading file. The file button indicates how much time remains for the download. An arrow appears in the tab to signify a download in progress.
In the new Google Chrome web browser there are several download features. In this article we explain those features.
After the file has finished downloading you can open that file in three ways.
You can open the downloaded file by going to the location where the file was downloaded to on your computer.
You can open that file by going to file download center in Google Chrome by following these steps:
Click "Customize and Control Google Chrome" menu.
Click "Downloads" button.
Find your downloaded file you wish to open in the "Downloads" window and click on the link.
Downloading files appear in the downloads bar at the bottom of your tab. Click the menu arrow next to your downloaded file, then select "Open". You can also choose to have files automatically open when they have finished downloading by clicking the "Always open files of this type".