there are many simple ways. but the one i am using is that if you are using chrome, then install this extension
after adding it to chrome go to a flash game site and select a game.
a new symbol will appear in the address bar, press it and a download button will appear.
download anywhere you want
NOTE: i do not own it. i found it on the internet
you save it on a flash drive then take the drive out and you saved your computer games.
save pics to your computer file, then plug in flash drive and save into that file.
If the game is free then you can't. Flash is made by Macromedia to display things. The key word being display. Unless the website provides you a way to download the flash game you can't download it. You must play it on the website.
Easy! get a flash-drive, save it, and load it on another computer. P.S get flash-drive from Staples.
you right click the pic then you click save as then select where you want to save it on your computer :]
You can download the setup of the Chrome. Save it in the flash drive, and install it another computer.
first you click on file. Then, you click save as. After that click my computer, look for your flash drive, open the file, and save.you have to do alot with this i had to play with it for a while
If the music is offered as an MP3 file, simply right-click on the link to the MP3 file, and choose Save As... If the music is playing back from a Flash animation (for sites like YouTube), there are several audio converter sites to convert the audio and offer it for downloading. Google "YouTube audio download".
You hook up your digital camera to the computer using a USB cable. You save the pictures on your camera to the computer. Then you unplug the digital camera and plug in your flash drive. You then save the pictures to the flash drive.
If these two computers that you are talking about is networked, then you can access the other computer and simply as saving it there. But if not, use a USB/Flash Drive in order to transfer the file. If you do not have a USB/Flash Drive, then attached it to your email, then access your email on the other computer and save it there.
To save things to your flash drive, insert your flash drive into the computer. Go to My Documents, and right click the file. You will be taken to a menu that will include "Send to". Click this, and tell the computer to send the file to the destination that has USB in it, and you've saved something to your flash drive.
It is possible to save your Wayward game onto a flash drive. To do it you must use the Save/Load feature in the game.
You plug it into the USB 2.0 Port on your computer, wait for it to come up and save it like you would on your computer hard disk.
Yes. However, the format you need to save the animation as is a .GIF. Which is usually only good for short, low resolution images, and does not have sound. The Adobe product best for animation is Adobe Flash professional.
No, you cannot save a game to your computer off of this website. You will have to visit that website each time you want to play the game.
right click and save the photo to your computer then upload it to the flash drive
by telling lies that you have a lot of computer works to save
That really depends on how much content you have on the computer.
If it is a .swf, then in Safari, you go to window, activity, and find the .swf that is playing. You doubleclick it to bring it up, and then go file, save.
yes... just open your website in a browser, click 'File', and click 'Save', then save the website to wherever you want.
You simply just right click on the picture then put save as then look on the top click on the arrow look for computer then click on the next arrow again then click on the name of your flash drive then click save.
To save on a flashdrive... you'll need to go to the folder which the file(s) are located. You right click the file(s)/folder(s) and select move to and then whatever your flashdrive is called, you can select it. It would be under My Computer. If you want to keep the file on your computer and you want to have it on the flashdrive, if its like a document like Microsoft Word, you can hit Ctrl + C and copy the file. You go to my Computer and you hit Ctrl + V to paste it. If you want to save like a Microsoft Word or Paint to a Flash Drive, hit Save As and go to My Computer and select your flash drive. If you do not know what your flash drive is called, I do not know what to tell you but try to figure it out. Your Welcome.
Um download them to your computer. Put them on a flash drive or hook your ps3 up to your computer and save away
open the photo, right click the photo, file save as, and enter the name of your flash drive (often it is F)
plug the flash drive into a USB port on your computer. then open up my computer, and you should see an icon that says something along the lines of USB Drive. click on that, and the contents of the flash drive should appear on the screen. open up the file you want and save it to your computer. Done!