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To get started, you will first need to have a license to install Windows 10. You can then download and run the media creation tool. For more information on how to use the tool, see the instructions below.

Download File Direct

If you are installing Windows 10 on a PC running Windows XP or Windows Vista, or if you need to create installation media to install Windows 10 on a different PC, see Using the tool to create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) to install Windows 10 on a different PC section below.

After downloading and installing, the tool will walk you through how to set up Windows 10 on your PC. All Windows 10 editions are available when you select Windows 10,except for Enterprise edition. For more information on Enterprise edition,go to the Volume Licensing Service Center.

If you downloaded an ISO file for Windows 10, the file is saved locally at the location you selected. If you have a third-party DVD burning program installed on your computer that you prefer to use for creating the installation DVD, that program might open by going to the location where the file is saved and double-clicking the ISO file, or right-click the ISO file, select Open with and choose your preferred DVD burning software.

If you want to use the Windows Disk Image Burner to create an installation DVD, go to the location where the ISO file is saved. Right-click the ISO file and select Properties. On the General tab, click Change and select Windows Explorer for the program you would like to use to open ISO files and select Apply. Then right-click the ISO file and select Burn disc image.

If you want to install Windows 10 directly from the ISO file without using a DVD or flash drive, you can do so by mounting the ISO file. This will perform an upgrade of your current operating system to Windows 10.

Just a few of the annoyances are; a dedicated page to download the file with advertisements (sometimes containing fake download buttons), the requirement to solve a Captcha, waiting several seconds or minutes before the download can start and often the file download speed is restricted.

To get around most of these problems, we list seven free file hosting services where files can be downloaded via direct links. This removes the need for users to visit download pages first and the nuisances associated with them.

Anonfile is a pretty simple service that offers a generous 20GB maximum upload per file. The absolute maximum that can be uploaded per day is 5,000 files or 100GB in total. Those restrictions should be more than enough for most users.

To upload a file just click the Upload button and select a file (select multiple files with Shift or Ctrl + click). The file will upload and show the download link once finished. Click the Copy button to copy the link and then paste it into your browser to visit the download page. Right click the Download button and copy the link to get the real URL which can directly download the file.

Files can potentially be left on the server and available for download permanently but will be deleted if certain conditions are met. Uploads that violate the terms of service can obviously be removed along with files that are over three months old and have never been downloaded or are over six years old but have not been downloaded for over five years.

Anonfile actually links to another service called Bayfiles, which in turn links to Megaupload. All three websites are identical in how they work so you can use any of them, only the visual themes are different.

The website accepts drag and drop onto the page or clicking a button and selecting through a file requester. One file or multiple files can be dropped or selected with Ctrl or Shift + click. When the file has uploaded, do not click on Copy Link. Instead, right click on the generic icon where the file name and size are, then copy the link. You can also copy the link of the Download button for a single file but not multiple files.

In terms of simplicity and ease of use, has no frills and will simply provide you with a direct download link once the file has been uploaded. The maximum file size is 5GB per upload and you are allowed up to 100 uploads per day. There are paid plans but the prices are pretty massively high and designed more for professional users and websites.

This is another direct link generator for Google Drive, OneDrive and DropBox. It also supports all Google Document types for download provided you have the share link and add a format type at the end. Simply paste in a link and click Generate.

Note: The original shared link URL may contain query string parameters already (for example, dl=0). App developers should be sure to properly parse the URL and add or modify parameters as needed. The links may also redirect to *

To bypass the preview page and allow your browser to directly render your files, use raw=1 as a query parameter in your URL. Adding raw=1 to a URL will cause an HTTP redirect. If you're an app developer using such a URL in your own code, please make sure your app can follow redirects.

Dropbox Basic (free) users: Beginning October 3, 2016, you can no longer use shared links to render HTML content in a web browser. If you created a website that directly displays HTML content from your Dropbox, it will no longer render in the browser. The HTML content itself will still remain in your Dropbox and can be shared.

First, obviously, any brand offering a digital file in exchange for an email address could benefit. With the lower barrier, it is more likely that the lead will actually receive the thing that they wanted. If you do a good job of messaging in that document, you may end up with more leads that become buyers.

The optional value of the download attribute will be the new name of the file after it is downloaded. There are no restrictions on allowed values, and the browser will automatically detect the correct file extension and add it to the file (.img, .pdf, .txt, .html, etc.).

ACLED is an event-based data project designed for disaggregated conflict analysis and crisis mapping. Data are updated weekly and can be downloaded using the Data Export Tool. For those interested in accessing all ACLED data for a particular region or topic, regional and curated data files can be downloaded below. Please note that years of coverage vary across countries and regions. A full list of country and time period coverage is available here.

This data file contains disorder events that are directly related to the coronavirus pandemic. It includes events such as violence targeting healthcare workers responding to the coronavirus, mob attacks on individuals due to fears of their alleged links to the coronavirus (e.g. Muslims in India; foreigners in Africa; etc.), demonstrations against governance decisions made in response to the coronavirus, and more.

All civilian targeting events, including remote violence, violence against unarmed protesters, and violence perpetrated by mobs and rioters are included in the data file below (i.e. in addition to violence against civilians events, this file captures explosions/remote violence events, protest events, and riot events in which civilians were targeted). While the data in this file cover all events in which civilians were the direct or only target of violence, cases in which civilians were collateral damage are not included here.

All violence targeting women, as well as demonstrations featuring women, are included in the data file below. The data in this file cover all events in which women were specifically targeted by political violence, not all events involving women in any way; the file also covers all demonstration events in which women were specifically featured, not all demonstrations involving women. For more about these data and how to use them (and not use them), see these FAQs.

This file contains all data on political violence targeting health workers and demonstrations involving health workers. For more about these data and how to use them (and not use them), see these FAQs.

This file contains all data on political violence and demonstration events involving actors directly affiliated with official peacekeeping missions. For more about these data and how to use them (and not use them), see these FAQs.

Please keep in mind that years of coverage vary across countries and regions in the ACLED dataset. A full list of country-year coverage is available here. All country-years of coverage are included within these files; as such, country-years that do not show up in the files denote years of non-coverage.

By directly uploading these files to Amazon S3, you can avoid proxying these requests through your application server. This can significantly reduce network traffic and server CPU usage, and enable your application server to handle other requests during busy periods. S3 also is highly available and durable, making it an ideal persistent store for user uploads.

In this blog post, I walk through how to implement serverless uploads and show the benefits of this approach. This pattern is used in the Happy Path web application. You can download the code from this blog post in this GitHub repo.

When you upload directly to an S3 bucket, you must first request a signed URL from the Amazon S3 service. You can then upload directly using the signed URL. This is two-step process for your application front end:

I show two ways to test this application. The first is with Postman, which allows you to directly call the API and upload a binary file with the signed URL. The second is with a basic frontend application that demonstrates how to integrate the API.

The uploaded object must match the same file name and content type as defined in the parameters. An object matching the parameters may be uploaded multiple times, providing that the upload process starts before the token expires. The default expiration is 15 minutes but you may want to specify shorter expirations depending upon your use case. 041b061a72


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