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Byte rate downloads?

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I like to see an actual download rate and not a blue progress bar countingdown in seconds

I like to see an actual download rate and not a blue progress bar countingdown in seconds

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Update to Firefox 35. After updating, you can click "Show all Downloads" in the download window to see the actual download rate

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CoryMH 229 solutions 1076 answers

Hello,

I am assuming you clicked on the Download tool on your menu bar. If you don't mind installing extensions:

Otherwise, you can see the transfer rate by clicking "Show All Downloads" which will either open the about:downloads page, or your Library window. You can also access these pages by going to Tools > Downloads.

Also note that your Firefox is outdated, the latest version is 33.0.2. You can update by going to:

Please see this link for the security updates since 32.0.3: https://www.mozilla.org/security/known-vulnerabilities/firefox/

Hello, I am assuming you clicked on the Download tool on your menu bar. If you don't mind installing extensions: * https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/download-panel-tweaker Otherwise, you can see the transfer rate by clicking "Show All Downloads" which will either open the '''about:downloads''' page, or your Library window. You can also access these pages by going to Tools > Downloads. Also note that your Firefox is outdated, the latest version is 33.0.2. You can update by going to: * Help > About, or * Download a fresh copy: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/ ** (If you need a different localization): https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/ Please see this link for the security updates since 32.0.3: https://www.mozilla.org/security/known-vulnerabilities/firefox/
pcsnow 0 solutions 4 answers

I had the same question and I am on 33.0.2 Why should a plugin be necessary ? I try to avoid adding plugins due to concern for security

Shouldn't if be as simple as changing an option?

I had the same question and I am on 33.0.2 Why should a plugin be necessary ? I try to avoid adding plugins due to concern for security Shouldn't if be as simple as changing an option?
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Chosen Solution

Update to Firefox 35. After updating, you can click "Show all Downloads" in the download window to see the actual download rate

Update to Firefox 35. After updating, you can click "Show all Downloads" in the download window to see the actual download rate