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Find Downloaded Photos on Computer

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I used your wireless transfer to send photos from my iPad to laptop. It says downloaded on laptop but it isn’t. How can I find the transferred photos on my computer?

With the Wireless Transfer App on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, you can use any web browsers on your computer to access your photo library on the iOS device and download photos and videos from an iPhone/iPad/iPod to your computer through your web browsers. You can use browsers, such as Internet Explorer (IE), Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Netscape, to download photos from iOS to your computer. Alternatively we released the wireless transfer app for Mac and Windows. Instead of your computer browsers, you can use the wireless transfer computer companion to access your iOS devices and download photos to your computer as well.

When downloading photos from iPhone/iPad/iPod to your computer with either web browsers or computer companion apps, you should be prompted to select a download destination folder. If you remember the location of this folder or directory, you can simply browse to them with your computer explorer. In case you forget your last saved location or folder, you can follow below hints to locate the downloaded photos and videos from the default downloads folder of your browsers or search your hard disk.

Depends on the download tool, you may use different ways to find your transferred photos on your computer.

Find Transferred Photos and Videos through Wireless Transfer App for Computer

Run Wireless Transfer App on your Mac or Windows. From the bottom of the main interface, you will see the Save to folder box with your save folder and location there. See below figure.

Find Transferred Photos and Videos through Wireless Transfer App for Computer

Also if you click this field to expand the folder list, you can find other used folders, as you may save different files to different folders on your computer.

Find Downloaded Photos and Videos through IE browsers

Normally your IE browser will save all downloads to this folder

C:\…[user name]\My Documents\Downloads

If you can’t find it from above default IE download directory, you can try follow below steps.

#1. Run IE on your computer, click Tools from the top menu bar, select View downloads from the drop-down menu. See below screenshot.

 Find Downloaded Photos and Videos through IE browser

#2. You can also Click/tap on the gear icon in the upper right corner, then click/tap on View downloads. See screenshot below.

Open IE photo downloads folder

#3. Alternatively you can use the shortcut, simply press CTRL + J on your keyboard instead.

 How to change Default File Download Location for IE?

If you are on IE9, you can try the following steps to change IE9 Default “Save” Download Location. Other IE browser versions and settings could be slightly different.

  1. Run IE browser
  2. Click on the gear icon in the upper right corner
  3. Click on View downloads.
  4. Click on the Options button on the bottom left corner of the pop-up window
  5. Click Browse button on the right side.
  6. Navigate to and pick up a new folder you want to set as the default download location for your IE browser.
  7. Click Select Folder button, then OK button to save the change and finalize the change.

 

Find Downloaded Photos and Videos through Firefox browsers

Click the Tools menu from the top menu bar of your Mozilla Chrome browser, then select Downloads from the drop-down menu list. See below screenshot.

Find Downloaded Photos and Videos through Firefox browsers

Alternatively you can use the shortcut, simply press CTRL + J on your keyboard to open the default download destination of Firefox browser. If you are on Mac OS press Command+J instead.

How to change Default File Download Location for Firefox?

If you are on Firefox 17, you can try the following steps to change the default download directory of your Firefox browser. Other Firefox browser versions and settings could be slightly different.

  1.  Open Firefox browser
  2. Click the Tools Menu
  3. Click Options, you will see a pop-up dialogue.
  4. Go to the General tab, under the Downloads section, there is a Save files to option.
  5. Click the Browse… button on the right to navigate to a new folder which you want to set as the new download destination for your Firefox browser.
  6. Click Select Folder button, then OK button to save the change and finalize the change.

Find Downloaded Photos and Videos through Chrome browsers

Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar which is right to the browser address bar. Click Downloads from the drop-down menu list. See below screenshot.

Find Downloaded Photos and Videos through Chrome browsers

Alternatively you can use the shortcut, simply press CTRL + J on your keyboard to open the default download destination of Chrome browser.

By default your Chrome default download locations are as following.

  • Windows XP: \Documents and Settings\<username>\My Documents\Downloads
  • Windows Vista/ Windows 7/ Windows 8: \Users\<username>\Downloads
  • Mac: /Users/<username>/Downloads
  • Linux: home\<username>\Downloads

If you didn’t change your default download location, then Google Chrome downloads files to the above locations:

How to change Default File Download Location for Chrome?

  1. Run Chrome browser
  2. Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
  3. Select Settings.
  4. Click Show advanced settings and scroll down to the “Downloads” section.
    • To change the default download location, click Change and select where you’d like your files to be saved.
    • If you’d rather choose a specific location for each download, select the “Ask where to save each file before downloading” checkbox.

Find Downloaded Photos and Videos through Safari browsers

If you are on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, click the Show Downloads button near the top-right corner of the Safari window.

On Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, choose Window > Downloads.

Alternatively you can press Option+Command+L. Control-click the downloaded file and choose Show In Finder.

By default, Safari saves any downloaded files to the Downloads folder that appears in your Dock.

How to change Default File Download Location for Safari?

To specify the location where downloaded files are stored or change the default download folder for Safari on Mac, you can try the following steps.

Find Downloaded Photos and Videos through Safari browsers

  1. Run Safari browser
  2. Click Safari from the top menu bar
  3. Click Preferences… from the drop-down menu.
  4. Click the General tab.
  5. There will be a Save downloaded files to box, click it, a file navigation dialog will open, you can browse to a new folder which you like to set as the default Safari download directory.
  6. Click Select, the new default folder will appear in Save downloaded files to section.
  7. Click the Close button to save and exit.

 

Find Downloaded Photos and Videos through Netscape browsers

Go to Tools menu from the top menu bar of your Netscape Navigator. Then click Downloads from the drop-download list. See below figure:

Find Downloaded Photos and Videos through Netscape browsers

How to change Default File Download Location for Netscape Browser?

You can define a different default folder where to save all your downloads through your Netscape Browser. You can try steps as follows:

  1. From the Tools menu, select Options.
  2. Click the Downloads panel.
  3. Under Download Folder, choose one of the following options:

Ask me where to save every file: Select this option if you want to specify where to save each download.

Save all files to this folder: Select this option if you want to save all downloads to be saved in the same folder. To set a location, click the folder button to display a list of recently used download folders. (Click Other to select a different location.) Click Show Folder to open the currently selected folder in Windows Explorer.

  1. Click OK to save your changes.

 

Find Transferred Photos and Videos by searching your hard disk on a computer

You can search your hard disks for the downloaded photo or video files using either of the following criteria:

  1. File types or extension, for example, jpg, png, bmp, jpeg for an image, mov, m4v for a video, etc.
  2. Date: Files modified on the date that you downloaded.

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