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True, but the (normal) download starts simultaneous. So look in your downloadfolder and just close that dropbox link.


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35 minutes ago, Mark Ingram said:

Yes, I was having a little experiment with putting the files on Dropbox.

I think experiment has succeeded.

 

Cheers


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50 minutes ago, Gnobelix said:

I think experiment has succeeded. 

 

Cheers

Yes, i think so too.

20 minutes ago, Mark Ingram said:

I've changed the links to be direct download now, so shouldn't take you to a page on Dropbox.com. It's quicker for me to upload, and should be quicker for users to download. 

Yes, much faster Download than before Mark.


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Sorry, but I have to rain on your parade: Downloading from the Amazon server is much faster at my end then with the Dropbox server. So I guess it depends on how your ISP is connected to the internet (or how busy the lines are at the time of downloading). In short: It all depends on the individual situation.

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7 minutes ago, VolkerMB said:

Sorry, but I have to rain on your parade: Downloading from the Amazon server is much faster at my end

It looks as though you missed this:

2 hours ago, Mark Ingram said:

I've changed the links to be direct download now, so shouldn't take you to a page on Dropbox.com. It's quicker for me to upload, and should be quicker for users to download.

 


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Well, I had downloaded the installer the other day - from Mark's Dropbox which was painfully slow. So lets see what the primary download loacation will become in future...

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7 hours ago, VolkerMB said:

Sorry, but I have to rain on your parade: Downloading from the Amazon server is much faster at my end then with the Dropbox server. So I guess it depends on how your ISP is connected to the internet (or how busy the lines are at the time of downloading). In short: It all depends on the individual situation.

The main retail downloads will still be hosted on Amazon with CloudFront edge distribution.

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