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I have just started using chrome, having switched from opera, and I was wondering, is there anyway I can open a download with out having to save it too my hard drive ( runs from temporary files) which yes I know are still on your hard drive, but out of the way, and cleared automatically every now and then.

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asked Oct 03 '10 at 04:56

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Unfortunately, it is not yet available, but it is said they are looking into it

http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Chrome/thread?hl=en&tid=668afecd95c35705

answered Oct 03 '10 at 05:03

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No not right now (but maybe in the future they'll have an option for this).

answered Oct 03 '10 at 05:01

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