How to Change the Default Download Folder in Google Chrome
By default, Google Chrome downloads all files from the web to the Downloads folder. This works fine for most users, but if you want to change it — or if you prefer Chrome to ask you every time — it’s a quick enough fix.
Start by clicking the hamburger menu — the icon at the top right with three horizontal lines — to bring up the dropdown. Click Settings > Show advanced settings and then scroll until you get to the Downloads area.
Here you’ll see a field displaying your current download location. Click the Change… button to select a new one:
If you prefer Chrome to ask you where to put files, you can check the Ask where to save each file before downloading box.
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