[disambiguation] Download can refer to: ...
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Transferring data (usually a file) from a another computer to the computer you are are using. The opposite of upload.
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[band] Other artists that have been involved are Genesis P. Orridge, Anthony Valcic, Bill Van Rooy, and Ken Marshall. Earlier releases frequently included vocal elements and lyrics, but since III (and Mark Spybey`s departure in 1996) their work has been strictly instrumental. == History == =...
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[Verb] To copy or move files from a computer, usually using the internet, onto your computer.
Example: When you access a game on Skillswise it downloads before you can play it.
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To receive data from a remote system, details ...
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[v] - transfer a file or program from a central computer to a smaller computer or to a computer at a remote location
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(Digital cameras and photo printers) Describes the process of receiving data, usually via either a mailbox, the internet or another device like a digital camera to a PC (data transmission).
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transfer files or messages from a distant computer to your own computer - there are several different methods, or protocols, for downloading files, most of which periodically check the file as it is being copied to ensure no information is inadvertently destroyed or damaged during the process - some...
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Reception of data from a remote system, such as a web site or FTP server and related systems. Upload is the exact opposite
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The copying of a file from another machine to your own.
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Transferring a file from a computer on the Internet to your own computer. Things you might download include software, images, email, MIDI files, etc.
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The transmission of a file from one computer system to another (often smaller) computer system. From the internet users point of view, to download a file is to request it from one computer, or from one web page to another computer, and to receive it.
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