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Can google chrome downloads be paused and resumed on hibernation?

So I have some big files downloading from google chrome and I'm wondering if they will just flat out cancel if I hibernate or if I could maybe have the PC not audible when sleeping but still continue download when I wake up

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They'll almost certainly cancel. Timeout is handled by the file server, if your connection drops for longer than the timeout period the server will auto disconnect you.

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2 minutes ago, Master Disaster said:

They'll almost certainly cancel. Timeout is handled by the file server, if your connection drops for longer than the timeout period the server will auto disconnect you.

So it's the classic leave PC on for the whole night huh?

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Chrome download is basic, it cannot continue broken download.

Even if it does, on the server end you are seen as disconnected, so the transfer will be dropped.

Get something like Free Download Manager, it can piece together unfinish parts.

I highly suggest having a download manager since browser download is not that reliable for long duration, a small error can stop the transfer.

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6 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

Chrome download is basic, it cannot continue broken download.

Even if it does, on the server end you are seen as disconnected, so the transfer will be dropped.

Get something like Free Download Manager, it can piece together unfinish parts.

I highly suggest having a download manager since browser download is not that reliable for long duration, a small error can stop the transfer.

What is a good download manager I can use for next time I do this since I work with large files

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https://www.freedownloadmanager.org/features.htm

 

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Resuming broken downloads

When the downloading process is interrupted, you needn't start from the beginning again. Free Download Manager can resume broken download from where it was interrupted saving your time, nerves and money.

 

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