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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED 10) KDE Guide
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15.0 Transferring Data from the Internet

KGet is the download manager for KDE. It manages your transfers in a window. You can stop, resume, delete, queue, and add transfers. Start KGet from the main menu or by pressing Alt F2 then entering kget.

When KGet is started for the first time, you can choose to have it integrated with Konqueror. If you integrate KGet with Konqueror, KGet is added to the system tray as an icon with a downward arrow. Click this arrow to view KGet transfers.

Figure 15-1 KGet

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