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high resolution downloading image automatically converted to low resolution downloaded image ; can't save two images of same name

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actually, I am facing two problems 1. Whenever I try to download any image of 720p,1080p, 4k, 7k, 8k or even any other dimensions (above 300pixels) and save it to downloads and then go back to check my downloaded images then i noticed that it automatically degrade my downloaded image quality and save it to a very low dimension(approx. 300x168 pixels) and currently I am using LENOVO-ideapad 330 laptop which supports 2k resolution and also I have also set my laptop to max resolution(1920x1080) ,so now tell me how to download any high quality image without degrading image quality.

2. When using Chrome, if I download two files named "unknown" it will save the second as unknown (1) and so on and so forth however when I use FireFox and I attempt to download two files with the same name I will have to type a new file name out and its quit annoying, so I have to save two or more same name files manually not automatically as other browsers do.

Tell me how to fix above two problems.

Below uploaded 3 screenshots , two screenshots of problem 1(2) and problem1(b) is for first problem and problem 2 named screenshot is for above mentioned problem 2 respectively .

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Looks that you download the thumbnail image instead of the real image with the higher dimensions. Make sure you click the link to show the larger image and save this image as the website might show an image with lower dimensions with a link to the actual image. If you see "Save Link As" in the right-click context menu then try that.

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Looks that you download the thumbnail image instead of the real image with the higher dimensions. Make sure you click the link to show the larger image and save this image as the website might show an image with lower dimensions with a link to the actual image. If you see "Save Link As" in the right-click context menu then try that.