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transfer a file or program from a central computer to a smaller computer or to a computer at a remote location

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Use a specific directory consistently, such as c:\cserve\download, for all files downloaded.
Without the DRM restrictions, registered users can listen to any downloaded song where and when they want and on whatever consumer electronic device they choose.
Tracks downloaded via the PC store can be sorted into playlists and saved along with any other music a member has in their library, and then side-loaded to their device via USB.
usability satisfaction rates are initially very high given the number of users who have downloaded and started using the product;
households with members who regularly use the Internet, 8 percent (six million households) downloaded at least one digital video file (10MB or larger) from a P2P service for free in the third quarter of 2006.
Our Wireless Applications are intended to be downloaded by our customers on a fee-basis by means of our proprietary public downloading terminals which are installed by us in strategic locations such as shopping centers, universities, entertainment centers, cinemas, hotels, airports, restaurants and parks.
Data collected from the Index over the past three months shows key geographic patterns and insight into Web traffic trends associated with downloaded and streamed digital music:
First to gain a comprehensive view of the current state of digital entertainment, music, video and video game downloads on the internet, taking account of both legal and unauthorised downloads enabled by P2P software, with particular focus on usage in terms of what content is being downloaded and which applications are being used.
If you have listened to web radio, downloaded game videos or ordered backup CD's, MoveDigital's team has touched your life.
In 2004, 60 percent of survey participants reported illegally downloading either software, music, movies or games, while in 2006 the percentage who illegally downloaded dropped to 43 percent.