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Is it possible for Mozilla Firefox to develop a feature that can delete downloaded files directly within the browser, like Edge does?

First of all, thank you for browsing and answering! Whenever I download a file by mistake, I have to go to File Explorer to delete it, even though Firefox can locate the downloaded file directly, but this still wastes some time. So to save time, can Firefox also introduce an option to delete a file after right-clicking on the downloaded file, just like Edge?

(New to the Firefox community, so please don't overly accuse me if I'm wrong)

被選擇的解決方法

Firefox is not a file manager at the OS level and doesn't allow to delete files directly. You can use open containing folder to browse to this folder and remove file(s). Edge as being a MS application might include such features.

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If you discover you are downloading the wrong file, just cancel the download.

Go to the Mozilla Add-ons Web Page {web Link} (There’s a lot of good stuff here) and search for a download manager.

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選擇的解決方法

Firefox is not a file manager at the OS level and doesn't allow to delete files directly. You can use open containing folder to browse to this folder and remove file(s). Edge as being a MS application might include such features.