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    Hello, I'm new to this forum website. A lot of new things. So far I have received great help. Thanks so much. I often see someone write a link with "rapidshare" and when I go there I don't know what to do next. How do I receive this information?

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    A quick and painless step by step that explains how Rapidshare works and how to quickly download files from Rapidshare links.
    1. Begin by simply click the link or by copying the link into your web browser.
    2. Scroll down to the bottom of the page.
    3. Press the FREE button to start the download.
    4. Upon click the FREE button, a second, similar page will load.
    5. Scroll down to the bottom of the second page.
    6. Find the download counter; you must wait until the counter finishes before the download will begin.
    7. After waiting for the counter to finish or by using the trick, a third page will appear.
    8. Scroll down to the bottom of the third page.
    9. The file name will appear with a code to begin the download. Copy the code exactly how it is provided and click the link to begin the download. This will prompt the user to save the file.

    Hope it helps!

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    Default Thanks for the info

    Great directions and I hope to find it very helpful!

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    one other thing about rapidshare is that, unless you sign up to have an account, your downloads are limited and you cannot download two files in a row - you'll have to wait for approximately 4 hours before you're able to download your next file.

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    It looks like that time gap between two downloads can be shorter in the lower traffic times of the day (i.e. early morning or late at night).

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